[ba] F5DP0R in a 4ksq
thequattroking at yahoo.com
Mon Apr 14 05:10:10 EDT 2003
Thanx. You are right about the wire. Our 4ksq has some cheap Accel wires.
I meant to get some good ones but never did. I installed them tonight and
they made an improvement. But, not to say that they were any better then a
new set of the W7DTC plugs. I have gotten several private response telling
me that there is no reason not to use them. Everyone that has, highly
recommends them. So, I think now I am going to order a GOOD set of custom
wires from Kingsborne with the correct ends on them.
Audis, MBZs & a black sheep BMW.
BUY ME: 1988 BMW 528e
PARTING: 1972 Mercedes Benz 280 SE 4.5
> From: "urq" <urq at pacbell.net>
> Date: Sun, 13 Apr 2003 21:54:11 -0700
> To: "BA quattro" <ba-group at audifans.com>
> Subject: Re: [ba] F5DP0R in a 4ksq
> ... I think you'd need different spark plug wires for these wouldn't you?
> If you have the factory plugs with the metal shields over the plugs I know
> you would. Furthermore the F5DPOR plugs have the snap on fitting staked in
> place, while the factory wires have the connector that is meant to slide
> over the threaded end. All this is easily worked around ... BTDT on the ury
> before I bought a new set of wires ... but that combined with the
> questionable heat range ... I'd recommend selling them to someone with a
> turbo, preferrably someone set up for the F5DPORs ... I think the factory
> used them on the S4s ...
> Steve Buchholz
> San Jose, CA (USA)
>> Anyone know if F5DP0R plugs are acceptable in a 4ksq?? A bit colder then
>> the W7 plug that is recommended. But, I have these plugs laying around
>> they are nearly new. I don't want to toss 100$ worth of plugs if they
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