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RE: tune up kit
Is there that much of advantage using the triple electrode plugs versus the
When I bought my 944, I think it had triples in there, and I swapped them
out for the standard single Bosch platinums. I really couldn't tell any
difference. I have an '86 4000 that will probably need new plugs sometime
in the future, and was wondering what I could use. I've had good luck with
the "cheap" platinums.
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> Subject: Re: tune up kit
> Hairy green toads from Mars made Chris Dyer say:
> > Found a deal (?) on a tune up kit: Bosch "Super" plugs, wires, cap n'
> > rotor for $89.95. Is this a good deal? It's for a '87 5kcstq.
> From Blau?
> This is a pretty decent price. For comparison, from my local import
> parts place (which is pretty cheap):
> wires = $79, plugs = $12, cap/rotor = $30.
> Make sure they are real Bosch wires, and Bosch TriElectrode plugs.
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