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Whats the best brand of Plugs and Leads thats available for an ED XR6? There was a discussion earlier on the subject but it was only regarding the engine with the extra 2 cylinders :HAHA: :hy:

Thanks in advance!:s2:
 

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Martin said:
Whats the best brand of Plugs and Leads thats available for an ED XR6? There was a discussion earlier on the subject but it was only regarding the engine with the extra 2 cylinders :HAHA: :hy:

Thanks in advance!:s2:
I'd either use genuine ford stuff, or go NGK stuff...
 

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Martin said:
Whats the best brand of Plugs and Leads thats available for an ED XR6? There was a discussion earlier on the subject but it was only regarding the engine with the extra 2 cylinders :HAHA: :hy:

Thanks in advance!:s2:
Not sure if the ED XR6 donk uses the same plugs as the EF XR6, but if they do, i'd go for the NGK's as they have a seperate listing for XR6 Falcon plugs, and they are different to the standard ones as they have a longer 'reach', Bosch don't seem to differentiate between standard and XR6 plugs, don't know about the other brands though.

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Yeap NGK are the goods, i reckon there better than the Motorcraft jobbies.

I use the NGK R's.
 

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I use NGK R's for plugs, & "Eagle Eliminator series" (effectively a magnacore type spiral wire lead - but cheaper) in my ED XR6.
Works quite well:s5
hehehe
Best of luck with the fitting of the new leads:s5
 

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To remove the old leads use a piece of 1/2" flat strap with a 1/4"90 degre bend on one end & grind, file a smooth ( type curve and attack the coil pack between the inlet tubes .
 
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