Time for some plugs and leads, so whats the best choice?
Im thinking an 80mm lead of some sort?
I know JMM do the plugs and the leads for $150, so im tempted to just get a set from them, but then again ive read of people putting them on and their cars running like crap. XR6 spec spark plugs seem to make SFA difference too, and im not after ridiculous amounts of power, but if im gonna spend the money on it i may as well get some good stuff.
So any suggestions as to what to get in the way of plugs and leads? Brand names would be helpful too . EF I6 btw, so coilpack, not dizzy.
http://www.noelsautoparts.com.au/ have the autolite plugs JMM use (Autolite 985) and u can buy them online and have them shipped $30.51 was all it cost me to warrnambool, vic...
as for leads... idk.
u have to be sure to gap the plugs tho
Rosewood EAII Fairmont 02/90. MPFI 3.9L (formerly CFI), 4spd BTR Auto. Skyline geared 3.45g open center 28 spline 4 pinion differential & axles. 2 1/2" Cat Back Exhaust. King Super Low Springs. Sound: Equalization and amplification by Clarion; Head unit by Sony, Front, Rears and Sub by Pioneer. Planned mods - t5, Extractors, Painting Grey Strips and new front and rear bar.
I'm already running NGK Iridiums on my AU, which i just cant complain about, they rock, as soon as i put them in the ran smooth as, but have been considering changing the leads over to something a bit better then cruddy old 8mm motorcraft leads, BUT im still trying to work out how I can get to the distributor without removing my entire inlet manifold! I can get at maybe two leads which I can see the rest are hidden out of the way underneath the manifold.
I had a look underneath to see if that would be an easier way to get at it, its just as cluttered there as well, is there a trick to this or something?
1965 XP Falcon - lots of parts, none of them on the car yet.
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