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Old 07-22-2013, 03:39 PM   #52
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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.
I run 12psi and 150 shot
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I run 12psi and 150 shot
I just can't wrap my head around the idea of running a projected tip plug like the ZL1 for that. Especially on pump gas no meth. N/A or with some boost and some big power, maybe. Teds tuning is top notch but I could never suggest projected tip plugs with nitrous.

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Old 07-22-2013, 04:16 PM   #55
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I just can't wrap my head around the idea of running a projected tip plug like the ZL1 for that.

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Old 07-22-2013, 04:32 PM   #56
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I just can't wrap my head around the idea of running a projected tip plug like the ZL1 for that. Especially on pump gas no meth. N/A or with some boost and some big power, maybe. Teds tuning is top notch but I could never suggest projected tip plugs with nitrous.

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The Biggest Misconception about plugs is that they control combustion temps.

They DON'T.

The Tune Up Controls Combustion Temps, if the plug gets hot enough to melt a colder plug will not fix that..

The Heat Range of a Plug has soley to do with keeping it self clean, it has been found the optimum combustion chamber temperature for gasoline engines is between 500°C–850°C. Within that range it is cool enough to avoid pre-ignition and plug tip overheating (which can cause engine damage), while still hot enough to burn off combustion deposits that cause fouling.

Bonneville salt flats means Cold Plug

Driving around the City means Hot Plugs.

The Plugs that come in the ZL-1 are meant for Both.

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Old 07-22-2013, 04:35 PM   #57
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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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By stock you are refering to the ZL1 plug not the stock LS3 plug correct ?
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They are AC Delcos, 41-104 is the number I think.
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Ted, are you saying i could the ZL1 plug for driving around on the street, Dragstrip with 93-104 octane without NOS and 150 shot on the strip with race fuel and be fine to go back to driving on the street without changing plugs..... if my tune is setup for that correct?
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By stock you are refering to the ZL1 plug not the stock LS3 plug correct ?
Missed the parts about the Maggie in your Signature Yes ZR-1 plugs which is the same as ZL-1 Plugs
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Ted, are you saying i could the ZL1 plug for driving around on the street, Dragstrip with 93-104 octane without NOS and 150 shot on the strip with race fuel and be fine to go back to driving on the street without changing plugs..... if my tune is setup for that correct?
Yes it is all in the Tune.

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Old 07-22-2013, 04:57 PM   #62
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Yes it is all in the Tune.

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Thank ya sir... hopefully Mike will figure it out cause its becoming a pain changing plugs every time at the track. Looks like ive been in a fight with the cat with all the scratches on my hands from changing them. Plus the risk of messing one up by being in a hurry
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Ted, I know the plug doesn't control combustion temps. But won't I be borderline on turning the projected tip plug into a detonation hazard in the combustion chamber with nitrous and boost and pump gas and no meth and a fairly high dynamic compression ratio of a stock cammed L99?
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Ted, I know the plug doesn't control combustion temps. But won't I be borderline on turning the projected tip plug into a detonation hazard in the combustion chamber with nitrous and boost and pump gas and no meth and a fairly high dynamic compression ratio of a stock cammed L99?
The only way to tell is READ YOUR PLUGS and Adjust your tune up accordingly.

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Just to confirm the zl1 and zr1 plug is the same plug does anyone have a part number
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You can get away with a projected tip on FI, but on nitrous I can tell you for a fact that the zr1 plug is too hot for a cammed/nitrous setup. I tried them with a 150 shot with up to 8* of timing pulled out. Still too hot. On my motor setup they are perfect though. I run the BR7EF plugs on the giggly juice.

Every setup is different, gotta read the plugs to know what the engine wants. It you have a 10 lb setup on boost and you are having to pull timing down really low to make it work, the plug is too hot. Sure the hotter plugs drive and idle better, but Ill take a little more safety with my setup.
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Old 07-22-2013, 06:49 PM   #67
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i want to get this straight so the people that are running ngk tr6 are you running the tr6ix or just thr tr6 I am not running the irredium just the tr6 4177 as this is what I was told to run by my tunner I was just curious if this is the same plug that many others are running and aside from the zr1 ac delco plugs
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A lot of people run the tr6 plugs, tr6ix is just the iridium version.
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