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    Boosted lad

    Now that my Escalade is Turboed what brand and gap plugs should I run?

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    Quote Originally Posted by 2007XTSDub
    Now that my Escalade is Turboed what brand and gap plugs should I run? Sent from AutoGuide.com Free App
    your probably gonna want to hit up one of the performance shops like nelson or texas speed for example

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    Re: Boosted lad

    Depends on how much boost your running. TR6's at the least, but may need to go 1 step cooler if more than 8#'s or so boost.

    Gap also is directly related to boost. .032 with 8#, down to as little as .024 at 18 (spark blowout can occur).

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    Also, let me know how your doing crankcase evacuation..pics if possible and will guide you through that.
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    Quote Originally Posted by SC2150 View Post
    Depends on how much boost your running. TR6's at the least, but may need to go 1 step cooler if more than 8#'s or so boost.

    Gap also is directly related to boost. .032 with 8#, down to as little as .024 at 18 (spark blowout can occur).

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    Also, let me know how your doing crankcase evacuation..pics if possible and will guide you through that.
    So NGK V power plugs TR6?
    Thanks right now its vent to atmosphere untill my catch can arrives.

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