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This is a discussion on Good plugs? within the External Engine forums, part of the LSx Technical Help Section category; cant believe noones familiar! Thanks though man!...

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    cant believe noones familiar! Thanks though man!

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    Yes I know em well.
    A silver plug used in conjunction with their wires which are nice.
    They have individual ground wires for each plug wire.
    Some of us used em on bikes, (HDs) and they worked well.
    The wires are good but never noticed anything special about the plugs.
    They just use silver as their conducting metal.
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    There is no ground wires involved with these plugs! They are just silver, not iridium!

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    I think he was saying that their wires and individual ground straps

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    Quote Originally Posted by T/A98 View Post
    I think he was saying that their wires and individual ground straps
    Thank you...
    Yes, their wires have ground straps on em. (at least the bike wires do)
    They ran strong but not as strong as the Densos.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Supersport0126 View Post
    Alright just ignore me! Nobody ever heard of nology silver? Oooook!

    I have wrenched on cars for 25 plus years and have never heard of them. Most of the time, the latest and greatest is nothing more than a gimmick that makes unrealistic promises in an attempt to access your wallet. For our cars, Autolite, NGK, and AC Delco Iridiums are probably the most commonly utilized spark plugs.

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    Pick up a JP catalog for bikes.
    You'll see em there with some other veruy good ignition wire sets.
    Bikers use em alot but, I've never seen any car run em.

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