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Thread: timing mark on plugs

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    timing mark on plugs

    need to refresh my memory, so need your help old age hitting me, on your plug if the little line on electrode is closer to plug and not in the curve of the electrode what is the timming would it be to far advanced or retarded thanks

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    nice article. saved to favs as it'l come in handy even at work.

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    some of those plug readings are ok for your moms station wagon,i'm not to impressed with the guys theories. :roll: he doesn't even show you a air-fuel ring at the base of the porcelain to go by.

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    Thanks us7race for posting the link I printed it off already! Is there any more web sights on this?
    If a 5 lb hammer can't fix it,it must be electrical
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    No Problem..my favorites are full...
    Here is the other one I have...

    http://www.dragstuff.com/techarticle...-pictures.html

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    Right on,its in my favorites! Thanks!
    If a 5 lb hammer can't fix it,it must be electrical
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    The article's author is a novice plug reader at best. His theory on heat range versus plug reach is completely in left field, not a good article guys.

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    So whats your opinion?
    If a 5 lb hammer can't fix it,it must be electrical
    Keep the shiney side up! 8)
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    Senior Member RACING JUNKIE
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    There's an article on this web site, reading sparkplugs 101.
    It may help.


    http://www.dragstuff.com/


    Zip.


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