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Stainless spark plug by Yannsky
Started on: 05-13-2015 07:37 PM
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Last post by: jaskispyder on 05-14-2015 10:45 AM
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Report this Post05-13-2015 07:37 PM Click Here to See the Profile for YannskyClick Here to Email YannskySend a Private Message to YannskyEdit/Delete MessageReply w/QuoteDirect Link to This Post
Hi guys

Is one of you tried marine spark plug in stainless for his engine?

All thoughts and recommandations are more than welcome

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Report this Post05-13-2015 08:59 PM Click Here to See the Profile for theogreClick Here to visit theogre's HomePageSend a Private Message to theogreEdit/Delete MessageReply w/QuoteDirect Link to This Post
Might work if you find correct number.

Many have rust resistant coating etc so the shell won't rust as base model(cheap) plugs will do.
I use Autolite double platinum (I have DIS Duke. HEI engines doesn't need them.) mainly because the shell metal won't rust.

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Should work. I believe this was brought up years ago. Also, a good coat of anti-sieze goes a long way on standard plugs.
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Originally posted by jaskispyder:
Should work. I believe this was brought up years ago. Also, a good coat of anti-sieze goes a long way on standard plugs.
Yes but is very easy to over torque and break things now or in the future.
Like most bolts... Any torque spec is for dry threads.
Anti-seize plugs take little torque to seal etc.
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Goes without saying, I guess. Never had an issue on any Fiero when using anti-seize on plugs. It was (and still is) SOP when I changed plugs.

 
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Originally posted by theogre:
Yes but is very easy to over torque and break things now or in the future.
Like most bolts... Any torque spec is for dry threads.
Anti-seize plugs take little torque to seal etc.

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