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Old 06-06-2005, 01:21 PM
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302 Chevy sparl Plugs

I am building a z28 302 Chevrolet engine with mostly stock parts. The heads I am using are angle plug early version 202 heads. What plugs would I use for these heads with this engine?

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Any 5/8 reach gasketed plug will work.
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Hi, No gasket on those heads are required. Autolite #22 thru #26, Champ. #BL7y thru #BL17y and so on. The parts store can inter-change to the brand you want to use.
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Thanks for the information I will try these out.
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Heimbig, If your engine is 11.1 as original, you would want to stay on the colder side of the heat range. AC-43S were standard in mine, but they were straight plug. BL9Y Champion is the non resistor plug. The parts store can interchange to the brand you prefer. You would want to run a resistor plug on the street or if you are running an MSD type ignition.
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