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this!! want to know this aswell, im still using 4306 with nos and high boost.
5107s are 8.89 each, 4306s are 12 dollars all four.

$30 for plugs orrrr.... $3000 for an engine rebuild? its your engine. but I would take the advice that came from NGK and Nitrous Express....I would assume they know what they are doing.

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hmm which spark plug should be ran for 100% E85 and full boost? i was using the NGK 4306 plugs and made 448whp and 452wtq fully stock motor with a 50 trim and bolt ons. now building the motor for 550/600 wheel
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here is some good info on spark plugs, for specific applications it would probably be best to call NGK and tell them your specifics on your setup and they are always more than helpful!!
Phone: 1-888-800-9629

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Good info

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owee thats alot of good info on plugs...thanks
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thanks for this info
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You can also make better your NOS by applying Aluminium adopters i.e Special purpose, weld fitting etc. Also you should use good type of Fuel Hoses so that it will make the flow of petrol supply consistent.
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