spark plug for a champion cnc iron heads

zapp240

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hey all, my new engine build included cnc champion heads, just checking that i can still use the same plug as stock heads used or is there on that fits better.. had been using the CR42TS at about 25 psi boost, will be about same boost on this motor 25-28 psi.
 

Nick Micale

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Gas with alky or E85 ?? For E85 @ 30psi , I use NGK6FS aka NGK 4323 non projected tip . That is with Champion Irons .
Forget the crap AC plugs.

Gap the NGK plugs at .025-.026, at 30psi the stock coils may not have enough spark for e-85?

Some e-85 conversions we have built cannot reach 20 psi with a stock coil/module, TR-6 is the cure, check dynoman's build info!
 
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Mr.Spool

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Forget the crap AC plugs.
i have used all the plugs from projected to nonprojected from ac,ngk,autolite,etc on my n/t car and on various others.nothing wrong with an ac plug and we run a helluvalot more than 20lbs;)
 

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cool thanks guys, was just wondering on the opening and if they where sunk in any further. fuel is 93 and alky. was just checking on fitment before I go shopping, lol. spring is just around the corner.
 

Mr.Spool

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was just wondering on the opening and if they where sunk in any further. fuel is 93 and alky.
on a built 109 motor with that fuel .26 or below,with boost levels around 30psi.42 or 43 plug there is more drivability in the 43 plug.
 
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