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Brisk Spark Plug install Question

Going to be putting a set of Brisk plugs in my 05 GT this weekend and I'm looking for info as to if the threads need anti-seize or not. I cannot find anywhere on the Brisk website that mentions this so I'm thinking, not. Not sure if I will put any anti-seize on the barrel of the plug as the car does not get driven much (3000 miles a summer at most) and I plan on inspecting the plugs every winter so carbon seizing should not be an issue.

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???

I don't recall Dave at Brenspeed using any when he installed mine.
The biggest thing is the removal. The Brisk plugs have been good for me, so it's knowing the 2pc plug is gone.

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Going to be putting a set of Brisk plugs in my 05 GT this weekend and I'm looking for info as to if the threads need anti-seize or not. I cannot find anywhere on the Brisk website that mentions this so I'm thinking, not. Not sure if I will put any anti-seize on the barrel of the plug as the car does not get driven much (3000 miles a summer at most) and I plan on inspecting the plugs every winter so carbon seizing should not be an issue.

Any info would be greatly appreciated.
I overlooked that you are a Brenspeed customer call them for the 100% fact on this.

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yes, use anti-seize it wont hurt.
better safe then sorry.
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A little anti-sieze ONLY on the threads; the 'barrel' does not need it, like the stock crappy plugs do.

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A little anti-sieze ONLY on the threads; the 'barrel' does not need it, like the stock crappy plugs do.
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Get the TSB from Ford for the broken spark plug instructions. I realize your plugs are not broken but they will give you instruction on installing new plugs.

NOTE
NEW PLUGS SHOULD BE INSTALLED USING A FILM COATING OF MOTORCRAFT® HIGH TEMPERATURE NICKEL ANTI-SEIZE LUBRICANT ON THE GROUND ELECTRODE SHIELD. DO NOT COAT THE ELECTRODE STRAP

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