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2007 Mustand GT Spark Plug Question

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I've been searching a little for good aftermarket spark plugs for my 2007 GT and noticed the arent too many choices, I mean I also own a 2008 v6 and there are plenty more aftermarket spark plugs for the v6 than there are for the GT. I would like to know what are the recommended aftermarket spark plugs? Are colder spark plugs good for a stock car? Also I noticed a lot of plugs say "2005-2007" and "2008-2010", is it ok if I'll be putting plugs for the 2008-2010 models in my 2007 GT?

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No, the 2008 and newer plug is a completely different design. You only have a few choices. Champion, Autolite HT1, or Brisk are the only manufacturers making plugs for our cars currently


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The autolight HT1 is a colder spark plug right? Would it be ok to put it on a stock car?

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HT1s are stock heat range.

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