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my question is what do you guys recommend in terms of spark plugs
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I just replaced my plugs last night and used the autolite platinum ones. The cheapest ones. LOL I'm hoping they can last me a while.
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do the "performance spark plugs " yield any results in terms of mpg or performance also i have heard its no so recommended to use them on a regular engine
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do the "performance spark plugs " yield any results in terms of mpg or performance also i have heard its no so recommended to use them on a regular engine
No use motor craft our trucks are picky
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I run Autolite XP Iridium in my 93 4.0 and NGK Iridium in my 94. No problems at all.

All those multi-groundstrap plugs don't do anything.
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Denso iridiums with STI wires, no problems here.
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decisions decisions i think ill just use what ford says to use lol
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I'd do wires at the same time, just my $.02
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my wires are 1 month old got some new colored ones the brand name escapes me now
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