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Old 07-22-2013, 12:30 PM   #35
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BR7EF plugs here for the last 3000 miles. My tuner highly recommended these plugs and loves to tune with them. Pat Guerra tuned the car. I have had not a single issue.
Yea I ran those for 15000 miles with no issues. Tuned by Futral.
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Old 07-22-2013, 12:33 PM   #36
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Go to the NGK website and educate yourself,after all why do the make colder plugs if one size fits all? I remeber when some were braging on running the stock plug and making 600 plus hp yada yada and as soon as the zl1 was out and GM used a colder plug,as they should since it went from 426hp to 580 those same guys jumped to the colder plug and braged about how it was so much better. Most dont understand what a plugs function is ,and its alot harder to tune a car with colder plugs so alot of shops run hotter plugs to make there job easier. Ive never put denzos in a car and not picked up power and the last a long long time.Good luck
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There are specific plugs with specific heat ranges for specific applications
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Old 07-22-2013, 12:42 PM   #37
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with that said, the only way to tell if you have the proper heatrange is to check the plugs. There really is no all around plug for every aspect of ones application. ESP when you start messing with forced induction.
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Old 07-22-2013, 01:08 PM   #38
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Yep, my bad. Too hot. Brain fart.
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Old 07-22-2013, 01:14 PM   #39
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I run the NGK TR6 I have not noticed any issues yet with them my tunner told me to run them so I did I am 90 percent sure he is also running an ngk not sure how cold and he is near 1100hp I was suprised when he said not to waste my money on the ZL1 plugs. I dont have an opinon as I have not run the ZL1 plugs but I am pretty happy with the NGK thus far.
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I know JRE has pushed the ZR1 plugs past 800 before, and he highly recommends them as well. I thought the delayed starting was because of my injectors, turns out the plugs weren't getting the job done. Drove the car 60 miles yesterday and didn't have a so for stutter, cough, and it didn't search for idle either.
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Old 07-22-2013, 01:39 PM   #41
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Are some of you changing your plugs out at the track to a colder one to use with the blower and Nitrous and running a hotter one on the street to keep from fouling?
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Old 07-22-2013, 01:43 PM   #42
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this is my policy at the shop for FI apps:
up to 600rwhp zr1/tr6ix
up to 750 rwhp tr7ix
750+ tr8ix

mind you this is a general rule of thumb I very things from application to application... if I am hitting a car with a lot of nitrous we'll like move into a non-projected tip plug, but that doesn't mean I recommend them as a DD plug. cruising and 200+ shot of nitrous are two very different things.
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Old 07-22-2013, 01:55 PM   #43
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Are some of you changing your plugs out at the track to a colder one to use with the blower and Nitrous and running a hotter one on the street to keep from fouling?
I keep the ZR1 plug in all the time. Track or street (17k miles). Ill pull 1 or 2 after a day at the track to let Ted look at them but that's it. We swap them out at the start of every year.
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Old 07-22-2013, 01:57 PM   #44
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Are some of you changing your plugs out at the track to a colder one to use with the blower and Nitrous and running a hotter one on the street to keep from fouling?
That would be ideal,of coarse with the denzos we dont have much of an issue. I came across Denzos when we were racing for the ODBA championship,which is outboard two stroke. We would have to change out the NGKs everytime the boat hit the water,they would foul out.We switched to Denzos and ran the whole year on the same set! Also picked up a boat length out of the whole which is huge.,General rule is for every 75-100hp you should go one set colder,this is for WOT,if you drive that plug back and forth to work it may foul out. A spark plug takes HEAT out of the combustion chamber,higher hp =higher heat so you need the colder plug.
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Old 07-22-2013, 01:59 PM   #45
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I keep the ZR1 plug in all the time. Track or street (17k miles). Ill pull 1 or 2 after a day at the track to let Ted look at them but that's it. We swap them out at the start of every year.
What size shot are you hitting it with... i assuming 100 or 150 maybe less?
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What size shot are you hitting it with... i assuming 100 or 150 maybe less?
In between those. Nothing huge. Prob close to a 125.
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Right now i run TR6's on the street and switch out to TR7s at the track with a 150 Shot and 104 octane. It would be so nice to not have to do that since i really dont use the juice that much. I bracket race so no need for the juice in my opinion since my car is pretty consistent without it. However my car attracts a lot of attention where im from and its nice to hit it with the juice and race gas once in awhile without having to change plugs to give a show. I go back to 93 octane once i leave the track and have to switch the plugs back out. Its becoming a pain and ive done it several times
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Are some of you changing your plugs out at the track to a colder one to use with the blower and Nitrous and running a hotter one on the street to keep from fouling?
I'm running mine all the time but I'm currently running Brisk 12's which is the same as an NGK 8 heat range. 12 psi and a 125 shot. I'm 99.9% light throttle cruise and they aren't staying clean and are starting to foul I think.

Think I'm going to try the Denso IT22's.
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Right now i run TR6's on the street and switch out to TR7s at the track with a 150 Shot and 104 octane. It would be so nice to not have to do that since i really dont use the juice that much. I bracket race so no need for the juice in my opinion since my car is pretty consistent without it. However my car attracts a lot of attention where im from and its nice to hit it with the juice and race gas once in awhile without having to change plugs to give a show. I go back to 93 octane once i leave the track and have to switch the plugs back out. Its becoming a pain and ive done it several times
If you are not boosted, just the spray, look at the Denso IT20's. same heat range as the ZL1 plugs, still iridium, but non projected tip for nitrous.
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What is the number of the ZR1 plug? In other works what do I ask for at the Auto Parts Store?
They are AC Delcos, 41-104 is the number I think.
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I run the NGK TR6 I have not noticed any issues yet with them my tunner told me to run them so I did I am 90 percent sure he is also running an ngk not sure how cold and he is near 1100hp I was suprised when he said not to waste my money on the ZL1 plugs. I dont have an opinon as I have not run the ZL1 plugs but I am pretty happy with the NGK thus far.
You need to put stock plugs back on your car and do a back to back comparison you will be amazed at what your missing with your FORD Plugs.

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