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Re: Plug Reccomendation
> >Bob, run the split fires. I run them in my TQC and their the best I've
> >found for "high boost" applications with a stock ignition.
> >What ever you do dont waste your money on the platniums. They have a
> >low "ark over" range and give you a false sence of performance gains.
> >They actually work well with older, weaker ignition systems, and mask
> >poor ignition systems.
> Well there Mike,
> I'll let you in on a little secret. When I ran in a Paul Rossi Eagle
> Talon in IMSA Firehawk we were sponsered by splitfire.... We ran the
> Platins........ Seems we saw something like 7hp on the dyno AND the
> plugs lasted more than all season. We also had less timing problems with
> the platins than we did with the Sh*tfires........
> Eric Fletcher
> '87 5KCSTQIA2RSR2B
> St. Louis, MO
Hey, I'm just curious about what type of setup was being utilized in the
Eagle's while at IMSA? Was the ignition "bone stock" ? How about the
motor, totally stock too? Last but not least, what type of fuel was
being utilized, pump gas? How much boost were you running?
Were the plugs "off the shelf" stock plugs? Stock heat range?
Is the Nippendenso ignition on the Eagles, superior to the Bosch system
on the Audi I5 motors?