Spark plugs

Discussion in 'Turbo Trans Am Tech' started by Instro84, Nov 18, 2017.

  1. Instro84

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    Need to change plugs what’s a good plug to use I’m assuming Tta don’t use the same as my turbo regal.
     
  2. jarredsoon

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    No they are not the same, I can check when I get home and report back n
     
  3. iwantatta

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    Stock plugs are plenty good enough. Have a lot of headroom before considering something else. Stick with what is known to work.
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  4. jarredsoon

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    I had success with NGK TR5. 018-3971-0
     
  5. dvernst

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    I agree, unless you're running e85.
     
  6. fast400

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    +1 on the NGK TR5
     

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