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Spark plugs

Postby Guest » Fri Mar 21, 2003 12:10 pm

Hey there i was just wondering what are the best sparks plugs you can put into these berettas. i've got a 88 gt 2.8 and i've put the bosh platinum 4 sparks in and it runs like s###. so if anybody out their has had any luck with those so called performance plugs please let me know which ones you used cuz this is a real pain in the but. thanks in advance,
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Postby wicked-irocz » Fri Mar 21, 2003 1:54 pm

I always just use the AC Delco single electrode plugs except for, in my camaro I used Bosch Platinum single electrode plugs because they are supposed to last a long time (it took me like 2 1/2 hrs to replace the 8 plugs on that car) and I dont want to replace them again.


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Postby conlinj » Fri Mar 21, 2003 2:32 pm

You have to watch on the Bosch Platinum 4's oil can get in there and stop the spark.  I use ac delco, if you want a better plug just get the AC Rapidfire's their platinum and have a projected tip.  Keep your GM all GM use AC Delco parts :D


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Postby Guest » Wed Mar 26, 2003 7:49 pm

I have the bosh platinum 4 sparks plugs in my car and they are great.  I have a 3.1 auto.  I even have the yellow jacob coils.  People say they are crappy but they are working for me.  I noticed a difference with the coils and plungs, even with the a/c on, there is a powerlose like always but not as much as I had when there were different plugs with the stock coils.....sorry if they are not wokring for you



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Postby conlinj » Wed Mar 26, 2003 8:11 pm

I used them in my Mazda and my old beretta 2.0.  They were ok, but the ngk's lasted longer in the mazda and I swear by delco rapid fires now (camaro and the gtz)


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Postby 88GTRacer » Thu Mar 27, 2003 4:03 am

ACDelco Rapidfires is the way to go.  88GTRacer


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