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Old 02-17-2008
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I too am VERY interested in your results!

Here soon I'm going to try a set of Denso IT20s. A plug I've had very good luck with on several engines. (IT20 is one range colder than stock so don't use it unless you actually need a colder plug)

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It'll probably be tonight after work when I'm finally able to install the plugs by the way.. I have been hammered with work, they had me working banquest, along with my services as the evening lead for conference services.. and had to juggle both jobs last night getting things done. Kept me very busy, then i got home and fell right asleep.. should have a shorter day today, might be home around 5pm PST and soon as I'm out of my work clothes and back into some jeans and my carhart coat, I plan on jumping out there and spending a few minutes putting them in.


Will most definatly update you all on it :-D
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I just want to take a moment to thank Ford Engineering for designing the most efficient process of spark plug changing ever.

Thank you ford, I now understand why you need a ****ed up retarded broken fisted hand to twist and contort your body to reach the angle of these most wonderfully designed location of spark plugs. **** poop dung flingers you are, Thank you!


Just finished getting numbers 4, 5 & 6 changed.. now for the infamous "passenger tire" side.. taking a quick trip inside, as its bloody cold outside and my fingers are chilled =)
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I'm literally LOL ing reading that post....lol...

I suggest pulling the inner fenders.......that's what i find easiest. Along with a various assortment of universals, 3" ext, 6" ext, stuff like that. I think i even used a 1/4 inch rachet on at least one of them.....along with the universale and different extentions. lol.
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Edit: Well, gosh.. im cranky right now.. to put a long story short, spark plug broke, had to back it out.. its 4:45 in the morning, and I want to go to bed.. only problem is, my vehicle is parked where anotehr vehicle needs to move, and I need to pull out every single spark plug I just put in (4 out of 6) and re-put in the old ones, to plug my wires in and start my truck up.. yeah *sigh* I want sleep, but I cant, haha... expensive freakin mistake... not to mention its windy, chilly as all hell outside (windows are frosting) and I still have another hour and a half to put all the others back in.


Edit: Got it temp. fixed for now, I got a rebate thing from teh cmopany, so I'll probably order up a batch.. my little bro is planning on getting soem for his civic, so I will jsut order up an extra and sue teh rebate for then, hopefully get it all by the end of teh week -sigh- what a downer, lol =)

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WOW.. sounds like a bad day.. hopefully it will work out.. so i have a screamin demon coil pack on the way, 8.5 mm MSD Plug wires, and Bocsh Fusion plugs,,, im hoping for a good spark,,, what do u all think?
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WOW.. sounds like a bad day.. hopefully it will work out.. so i have a screamin demon coil pack on the way, 8.5 mm MSD Plug wires, and Bocsh Fusion plugs,,, im hoping for a good spark,,, what do u all think?
Yeah, the truck runs fine, its just using 2 old plugs still from the origional sets. Just going to order up anotehr one when my brotehr gets a few for his Civic.. oh well :-) Lesson learned!

I can say I havent heard the best of things from Bosch for Rangers... might do some browsing around.. and grats on the wire and coil pack, Mine just shipped today, Thanks Wayne!!!
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PM sent to ya on a reply..


And yes, they work fantastic! Gives you a richer fuel burn from the higher output with the spark plugs, you can feel the engine revving up a bit quicker. compliment's well when I finally put all my mods together and tie it in with an Xcal tune!
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Man I cant see spending that much on plugs let us know how they work in the long run but that is a lot of cash for plugs that have not been on the market very long
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