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    Anyone ever used nology silver spark plugs in their ls1? I just got em for my 98 ss but have not put them in yet. They are supposed to have the best thermal and electrical conductivity than all other metals. Think these will work well? I also got some 10mm wires to go with them!

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    Never heard of them. I run NGK's, never had a problem.

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    I never heard of them either. I also run NGK's. I tried digging up some info on them from here and other forums I belong to, but couldn't find much of anything about them.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Supersport0126 View Post
    Anyone ever used nology silver spark plugs in their ls1? I just got em for my 98 ss but have not put them in yet. They are supposed to have the best thermal and electrical conductivity than all other metals. Think these will work well? I also got some 10mm wires to go with them!
    Yes, I ran them in my 80 inch EVO with their wires.
    Ran good and I used them for years.
    I do like Denso Iridiums better though.
    Each wire had grounding straps which wasn't a problem for two cylinders.
    Don't know how that would work for a V8 though.
    That 80 incher put out 104 HP and scared the shit out of the 95s I pulled up to.
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    I read that they are really sensitive to how they are ground.

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    Bolted em to a head bolt, worked fine.

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