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ok, since i just spent like the last hour in the archives, i have a ?? for you all...

with ngk's, if i advance my timing, will a hotter or colder plug yield any differences? also, i see ngk has iridium and iridium ix, as well as other performance geared plugs. any real gain with these?

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<font face="Verdana, Arial" size="2">Originally posted by 2000SE:
with ngk's, if i advance my timing, will a hotter or colder plug yield any differences? also, i see ngk has iridium and iridium ix, as well as other performance geared plugs. any real gain with these?

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Stay with the stock plugs. you only need to go to a colder plug with nitruos. This is because the fule mixture varies greatly from stock. When you advance the timing, you arent necessarliy dumpin more fuel iinto your car, the fuel mixture does change but its is not varying, like it does to keep up with the spray.



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