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Old 13 Jul 2008, 11:57 am
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Hey guys, just wondering what Spark Plugs you recommend running. My Bro (mopar tech) say to always use the Stock Champion plugs. I have just a cold air intake and mopar BOV. I want to run E3 Plugs and upgrade the wires also later upgrade the coil as well. Let me know what you all think.


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Old 13 Jul 2008, 12:04 pm
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Welcome to the Forum, jingks .

Seeing that you have a GT, your brother is correct with the stock plugs. Some one else on the Forum with a GT may have other options.

As far as the coil goes, most will tell you it is a waste of money as the stock coil as good as replacements.
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I agree with Hooligan. Stock Copper Plus Plugs gapped at .040 and the factory coil is way more than adequate.
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Thank you for replies..

That's what I was thinking but I wanted to make sure.


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Hey guys, just wondering what Spark Plugs you recommend running. My Bro (mopar tech) say to always use the Stock Champion plugs. I have just a cold air intake and mopar BOV. I want to run E3 Plugs and upgrade the wires also later upgrade the coil as well. Let me know what you all think.


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I put the E3's in an noticed a difference along with new crane's wires didn't do anything with the coil -- And thinking about the cold intake
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Old 31 Jul 2008, 09:48 am
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did you notice a change in power and MPGs?
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did you notice a change in power and MPGs?



Yes I have on both notes.
I noticed better power when I installed the following
E3 Spark Plugs and Crane's wires
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