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My car is basically stock. I am looking to do a tune up on her and would like to know what type of spark plug is best to use. Not that it matters but all my car has is shorty headers, x pipe and soon to be installed CAI. Any opinions would be great!
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Any plug that fits and has the correct reach will work the same, and probably last 10 years if the mixture and temperature range is right and it isn't burning oil. There isn't any significant life or performance change between any plug in a stock system, unless you put the completely wrong plug in.


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My car is basically stock. I am looking to do a tune up on her and would like to know what type of spark plug is best to use. Not that it matters but all my car has is shorty headers, x pipe and soon to be installed CAI. Any opinions would be great!
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