1. gtxdude

    gtxdude Well-Known Member

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    I've looked at the "how to read your plugs sites" but thought I would post these pics here to get some feed back. This fall I switched to a Performer intake with 600 eddy, seems to run good getting better mpg for cruising. Anyway, parked the Dart pulled some plugs, they look a little white so I'm thinking maybe to lean? Running MSD distributor, timing around 34, Autolite 65 plugs, .40 gap. Mild 318, fun cruising car. plug 3.jpg plug 2.jpg plug 4.jpg
     
  2. Murray

    Murray FABO Gold Member FABO Gold Member

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    Only one bank? Those are picture perfect plugs. Rarely have I seen plugs that consistent, usually only in pictures. Those are great!
     
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      Demonracer 71 Demon 00 Ram 16 Chrysler 300S 05 Caravan FABO Gold Member

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      Looks good to me!
       
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      • gtxdude

        gtxdude Well-Known Member

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        I had the exhaust manifold off so it was pretty easy to pull them out. That smooth running 318 :thumbsup:
         
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