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Old 06-10-2007
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Bosch Platnium +2 Spark Plugs

Well, these little plugs have a bad rep around this board, so I just want to throw in my two cents.

They are pricey, but so far it's well worth it. They made a world of difference in my truck, idle and acceleration are smoother, and the truck has more power. Installation was as easy as any spark plug, and I didn't even have to gap them!

A+ well worth the money.
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any new plug in a truck that had bad plugs to begin with would be an improvement....
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The plugs wern't bad, they still look brand new
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i wonder about the +2 and +4. im looking at doing my plugs and wires
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I Just ordered Some MSG 8.5 Superconductors Wires and Autolite XP Xtreme Performance™ Spark Plugs.. I'll let u know how that goes from the stock stuff i'm replacing..
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^^^^ Do you mean MSD?
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LOL.. yes I do..
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LOL.. yes I do..
Got ya....

I have MSD wires in my Bonneville and and MSD coils. It made a noticeable difference and starting was easier. Msd makes a good product. Let me know how you like them...
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I had just regular Bosch Platinums in my Ranger for about 30K when they pretty much sucked. The idle was somewhat rough but nothing to write home about, acceleration was so so. After I went through my whole fiasco with Ford here, they changed out my Bosch plugs to regular motorcraft plugs and I will stick with the stockers from now on.

Nothing was wrong with my engine beforehand but I will not use them again -Mike-
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Alrite I'll have em by the end of the week... I heard that Motorcraft and Autolite are the same plugs anyways.. I mean that the same company makes them.. (motorcraft or autolite) and motorcraft is a little hard to find on this side of the border..
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^^^^^The dealer always has them..... :)
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