nitrous plugs

Discussion in 'Forced Induction & Tuning' started by gt96stang, Apr 18, 2007.

  1. gt96stang

    gt96stang Well-Known Member

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    I'll be getting a wet kit soon and going with a 100 shot... I've heard that ngk tr6's I believe are the best for the 4.6 motors.. also gapped at .035

    any input?
     
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    97blackgt Well-Known Member

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    this is proably a dumb question, but would the plug change between a 50 shot, a 100 shot, or a 150 shot?
     
  3. 19mustang95

    19mustang95 Legend

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    yes, the general rule is to put a step colder plug for every 50 shot you add.
     
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    Good area for this Q. Yesterday I changed my plugs to a NGK 7060 on a sohc 96. I'm running a 50 shot from NX. Is this a good combo they said its one step colder? What else is necessary for a nitrous tune?
     
  5. Ponyquest95

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    a good set of sticky rear tires. ;)
     
  6. cody0170

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    ya speaking of sticky tires im running nitto 555r 315/35/17 drag radials on the rear. i swear it picks every rock off the road. very good tire though. I'm about to replace them with some new ones but will prolly stay with what i have. Any suggestions on what will hook up the same but maybe a little longer life. I dont like to hear my tires spin!! Rather hook up and get down the road.