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post #1 of 50 Old 04-05-2009, 11:45 PM Thread Starter
 
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What Spark Plugs are you guys using and where did you get them? Also what oil are you guys using? Thanks for the help.
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Stock plugs and Honda oil
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The NGK plug that is called for in the manual. I had to order mine from O'Reilly auto parts. The dealer wants $3.50 each for them, got them for $1.99 at O'Reilly. I use Mobil 1 synthetic oil.

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is their a better performance plug out their then the ngk ?
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NGK is a quality plug, About the only need to change from the stock is if you ran higher compression and needed a cooler plug
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Actually the stock plug is a cooler plug than norm. All the boosted prelude guys use them.



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NGK is about the best you can get for this application. I use them in my 1000+ HP Supra and BMW 335 exclusively.

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NGK is about the best you can get for this application. I use them in my 1000+ HP Supra and BMW 335 exclusively.
1000+ HP Supra? is that an 800 cubic inch pushrod superchaged nitrous injected HEMI?
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Those inline 6's are bulletproof.

One of the fastest street cars a while back was a 9 second supra.



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Those inline 6's are bulletproof.

One of the fastest street cars a while back was a 9 second supra.
I was just kidding. Yes, the inline 2jz is bullet proof. I have pretty good experience racing these motors.

When I was street racing with a Supra back in the day, before the fast and furios bs movie hit the scence, the big block crowd never knew what hit him them.
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