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    Spark Plug Help.

    Im Thinking about upgrading my spark plugs, due to the fact that I just bought an 87 Sedan and it needs a tune up, NGK? Bosch? And whats the bolt size for the spark plug if anyone knows. thanks.



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    Re: Spark Plug Help.

    NGK. Just go to a part store and they will give u the right spark plugs.

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    Re: Spark Plug Help.

    Quote Originally Posted by Metal_GearRex94 View Post
    Im Thinking about upgrading my spark plugs, due to the fact that I just bought an 87 Sedan and it needs a tune up, NGK? Bosch? And whats the bolt size for the spark plug if anyone knows. thanks.
    plain old NGK V power, the fancy expensive ones won't do anything but cost extra money. These engines are very happy on the old V power plugs

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    Re: Spark Plug Help.

    Alright got it. Also, do you know the bolt size to remove the spark plug?

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    Re: Spark Plug Help.

    Quote Originally Posted by Metal_GearRex94 View Post
    Alright got it. Also, do you know the bolt size to remove the spark plug?
    Do yourself a favor and buy a spark plug socket. It will save you a lot of time and frustration on other vehicles.
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    Re: Spark Plug Help.

    I like E3's but NGK's are good and cheaper.Yeah just buy a tune-up set at any parts store.

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    Re: Spark Plug Help.

    NGK BPR5EY-11 aka 6937
    don't waste your money on $10 plugs
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