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post #1 of (permalink) Old 02-01-2003, 08:42 PM Thread Starter
 
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ok ya'll talked me into a msd coil (for both my 4x4's ). now the million dollar ? what sparks plugs ya'll and how about the gap the place i bought them from told me not to open the gap up. but hell i dont think he knew all that much about them he kept trying to sell me the wrong one.
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Right now I have Accel header plugs at .058, wires, cap, coil and 300+ Digital Ignition System from Accel. I like it but there are better ones out there IMO! [img]images/graemlins/givemebeer.gif[/img]-Bob
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AC/DELCO rapidfires along with my crane ignition i have over 20k on the plugs and my truck idles silky smooth and fires right up.

I wanted to get some motorcraft platinums at the time but couldnt find anyone in s.fl that carried them.
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Champion Truck plugs at .050" with MSD coil. Smoother and more responsive than stock. No gas mileage change.
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I always use NGK spark plugs, and they always keep my truck fireing an runnin smooth. [img]images/graemlins/givemebeer.gif[/img]
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MSD coil, Taylor Spiro wires, Ch. Truck Plugs gapped to 55. Alot of the guys open up towards 60, but I played it safe since I hate pulling plugs....another reason I like the longer lasting (3 year unlimited miles) Truck Plugs.
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Champion Truck Plugs. I'm still running a stock coil and gap. [img]images/graemlins/blush.gif[/img] I have the Mallory plant right in town here where I live so I'll probably see if I can buy a refitted one at cost savings.
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i might have to look into the champion truck plugs i had to order the k&n filter i should be in on tue/wed as for the plug wires right now they are the zones life time kind but msd wires are already in the works guy at the parts counter told me 50 for the wires and 150 for a msd 6 box [img]images/graemlins/grin.gif[/img]
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Hate to admit to it, but

AC Delcos, at .055 (have been out to .060 with no trouble). Anybodies 8mm(currently Accel) wires, Jacobs cap and rotor, MSD TFI coil, MSD-6 (in for repairs currently{AGAIN!}).

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I stumbled into a set of AC Delco plugs, likle ours, that come already gapped to .060
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could you tell any difference in your engine when you installed the msd-6
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