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Old 05-28-2012, 07:06 PM
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need help picking spark plugs

I need help with the plugs have no clue where to start, heres the info.
350 chevy .030 over with forged manley 4 valve releif pistons, moly rings. speed pro .466 lift cam part no. cs1138r . the heads are 462 fuelie heads that have 2.02 intake and 1.6 exhaust . the intake is a eldebrock rpm performer hei distributor.

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Look up the spark plug used in the year of your engine on If it says you use R45TS you use a colder plug R43TS for performance engines.
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