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2009-2014 Cadillac CTS-V Performance Mods Discussion, Upgrade plugs + wires in Cadillac CTS-V Series Forum - 2009-2014; Originally Posted by 1fastvee Maybe it was 1 level, but I also talked with Chris from EAST COAST SUPERCHARGING and ...
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    Razorecko is offline Cadillac Owners Connoisseur
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    Re: Upgrade plugs + wires

    Quote Originally Posted by 1fastvee View Post
    Maybe it was 1 level, but I also talked with Chris from EAST COAST SUPERCHARGING and he also said they use the TR6 plugs on their cars as well on boost levels of 11 to 12lbs which mine will be with the 9.0 pulley and they gap them at 37, so yet another very realiable source of info, since superchargers are their specialty,and they put out some real fast cars V`s and Vettes...
    So with all that being said I know now I am taking the right road with my parts choice for my performance gains...
    Whatever works. I know most builders/shops use the plugs cause they're cheap, readily available, and you can get a little more timing out of them. Just remember that swapping out the stock plugs is usually a couple hour job and any place will charge you a couple hundred bucks for the swap. Unless you're doing it yourself

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    1fastvee is offline Cadillac Owners Member
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    Re: Upgrade plugs + wires

    Quote Originally Posted by Razorecko View Post
    Whatever works. I know most builders/shops use the plugs cause they're cheap, readily available, and you can get a little more timing out of them. Just remember that swapping out the stock plugs is usually a couple hour job and any place will charge you a couple hundred bucks for the swap. Unless you're doing it yourself
    I change out the plugs myself did it for both my vettes, so I might as well add the V to the list for do it yourself spark plug changes...

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