[s-cars] Re: [A4] Re: I am fed up!

mlp qwest mlped at qwest.net
Mon Feb 16 11:10:45 EST 2004

First, how, pray tell, would you suggest one make a visual inspection of a
plug without pulling it out?
I don't know where your plugs sit, but on the Audi 5 cylinder AAN they are
at the bottom of about a 5 to 6" well in the center of the head - simply not
really visible unless removed.  Second, even if you could see the plug,
externally, at least until you twist the ceramic tower, I doubt you would
notice there was a problem with it.  Last, there is no debris stuck in the
spark plug hole.

The 24 psi is done through the stock Bosch motronic ECU via boost, timing
and fuel map modifications in the chips.  There are some chips out & about
pushing 30+ psi, but those should probably be limited to high octane race

  -----Original Message-----
  From: Brizax at aol.com [mailto:Brizax at aol.com]
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  Subject: Re: [s-cars] Re: [A4] Re: I am fed up!

  In a message dated 02/15/2004 10:22:33 AM Eastern Standard Time,
mlped at qwest.net writes:

    .  I believe I lost the plug core electrode in a series of
    hills between Laramie and Ft. Collins.

  sweet, i used to live in ft collins, fun town, i c now how the eletrodes
fail, but if you popped one off and the eletrode was visualy damaged why
would u pull the plug out with debrie stuck int he hole first? p.s. what
software are you running to run 24 psi? haltek? pms? id love to know about
some good upgrades for dataloging and stuff

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