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Old 11-18-2010, 02:22 PM
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Champion plug heat ranges, need a bit of info please

Just found a set of RS14YC plugs on the shelf, I know they will fit my vortec heads, but where/how can I look up the heat range for these vs. other 10YC, 12YC and the 6-suffixed plugs like RS14YC6?

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Everything you want to know is right on Champion's web site.
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Is a 10 colder than a 14?
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Is a 10 colder than a 14?
Yes, it is.
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Use the 10's or 12's for a high performance street motor.
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the lower the number is colder.try 12.if the engine is tuned decent they wont foul.other number have to do with reach and such
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