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    moparfreak_neon

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    Colder Plug?

    Post by moparfreak_neon on Sun Aug 16, 2009 7:26 am

    i know i need to run a colder plug in my car, but i dont know which one to use. someone help me.
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    YellowEvilEvo

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    Re: Colder Plug?

    Post by YellowEvilEvo on Sun Aug 16, 2009 6:19 pm

    what do you normally run? throw me a part munber and I'll help you out.
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    moparfreak_neon

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    Re: Colder Plug?

    Post by moparfreak_neon on Mon Aug 17, 2009 9:25 am

    idk the part number off the top of my head but i have the stock style/size plugs in the car now. champions
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    super_240_vato

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    Re: Colder Plug?

    Post by super_240_vato on Mon Aug 17, 2009 2:17 pm

    Yep thats ur problem!!!
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    Polish_DSM_4_life90

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    Re: Colder Plug?

    Post by Polish_DSM_4_life90 on Mon Aug 17, 2009 5:35 pm

    isnt champion like one of the worst plugs out there?
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    YellowEvilEvo

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    Re: Colder Plug?

    Post by YellowEvilEvo on Mon Aug 17, 2009 5:43 pm

    yes it is...without the part number I can't help you....
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    moparfreak_neon

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    Re: Colder Plug?

    Post by moparfreak_neon on Tue Aug 18, 2009 4:34 am

    Champions are great plugs for mopars they just aren't for imports and if they had them in a colder plug for the champion I would get them. I'll try to get that part number off the plug tomorrow
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    Polish_DSM_4_life90

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    Re: Colder Plug?

    Post by Polish_DSM_4_life90 on Tue Aug 18, 2009 6:10 am

    hey markus ...talk to the people i used to deal with in houston they work with these cars all the time and i have ahad work done with them on the daytona and a friends srt4 and they are great here :fwdperformance.com
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    moparfreak_neon

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    Re: Colder Plug?

    Post by moparfreak_neon on Mon Aug 24, 2009 5:27 am

    i got the part number...rc10pyp4. champion plug. 12lbs of boost if that matters.
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    YellowEvilEvo

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    Re: Colder Plug?

    Post by YellowEvilEvo on Mon Aug 24, 2009 11:09 am

    This is for the SRT-4. Got it from the SRT Forums: Iwould personally run 2 steps colder in the summer and 1 step colder in the winter...

    Here's a recap on all the NGK and Denso plugs available for the SRT-4:

    Stock heat range:
    LZTR5A-13 (.052" gap) - standard nickel v-power plug
    LZTR5AGP (.052" gap) - GP platinum plug
    PLZTR5A-13 (.052" gap) - Double platinum plug
    LZTR5AIX-13 (.052" gap) - NGK IX iridium plug
    ITL16 (.044" gap) - Denso Iridium plug
    LTR5IX-11 (.044" gap) - NGK ix iridium plug - requires slimmed socket for installation


    One step colder than stock:
    LZTR6AIX-13 (.052" gap) - NGK IX iridium plug
    ITL20 - (.044" gap) - Denso Iridium plug
    LTR6IX-11 (.044" gap) - NGK IX iridium plug - requires slimmed socket for installation


    Two steps colder than stock:
    LZTR7AIX-13 (.052" gap) - NGK Ix iridium plug
    ITV22 (.032" gap) - Denso Iridium plug - requires slimmed socket for installation
    LTR7IX-11 (.044" gap) - NGK Ix iridium plug - requires slimmed socket for installation


    The LTR-series are still valuable plugs for those who want a smaller gap setting. The sockets and LTR-series plugs will still be available on our website
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    moparfreak_neon

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    Re: Colder Plug?

    Post by moparfreak_neon on Tue Aug 25, 2009 6:02 am

    dont kno if i ordered the right plug but im gonna try it out. i got the ngk BKR9EIX

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