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im gonna change my spark plugs, i currently use SPLITFIRE TP, but im not shure what tu buy, these are the options i consider.
SPLIT FIRE TP2D
SILVERSTONE CS1K
OR DENSO IRIDIUM " DONT LIKE IT VERY MUCH"
soooo..... =:_[] ? what shall i do
mustang 84 "mexican" bubble one /like the capri/
i have a mallory distributor "electronic"
edelbrock 4bbl carb 2004 line
Nology V8 Hotwires
Accel Super Coil 55,000 V
302 v8 "airfilter, headers, cilinders, pistons, camshaft etc. etc.. all racing.
Material
Thermal
Conductivity

W/(m•K)
Electrical
Conductivity

MS/m
Silver
407
66
Copper
384
57
Gold
310
45
Iridium
147
18
Platinum
70
10
Nickel
59
10
 

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Most will agree that the absolute best sparkplugs for a Ford V8 are plain old cheap copper Autolites or Motorcrafts.
 

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Yes , copper autolite plugs for about $1.20 each. Much better than platinum based plugs.
 

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there is no right answer here....my car runs best with autolite platnums...i had splitfires in a bronco and found out it liked plain autolites the best..just do some testing
 

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5SpeedGT said:
Most will agree that the absolute best sparkplugs for a Ford V8 are plain old cheap copper Autolites or Motorcrafts.
I could not agree more, good old Autolite 25s gapped to the Factory gap of .054 works like a charm everytime!!!
 
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