jonbill wrote:What are you hoping the colder plugs will do?
Nothing. Just experimenting
shnazzle wrote:Still no ill effects of the colder plugs.
Really shouldn't need it, and to be fair it ran very well without them. But it has changed the engine note a bit. I wonder if it's worse or better as far as actual combustion
I guess I'll never know until I pull these plugs.
jvanzyl wrote:shnazzle wrote:You're getting the lumpy bumpy over fueling map
LOL.. that reminds me... I need to find my "switch" that I bought for it...
CrazySX wrote:The only benefit of using a colder plug is to avoid pre-ignition. This would happen in a turbo engine or where the engine maybe running super lean? The plugs would get so hot they would glow red and cause detention where the fuel ignites due to the red heat of the plug (rather than spark) before it is supposed to. Don't really see the benefit in an N.A. motor. The difference is probably due to the fact the plugs are clean
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shnazzle wrote:Mine didn't just pass emissions, it flew through like a VW!
shnazzle wrote:Engine mounts looked peachy when we had them off during the clutch job. They'll be a bit tired but they're fine
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