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Old 07-25-2002, 02:01 PM   #11
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I've noticed a better, throatier response! :P Now when I step on the gas I can hear the throaty air rushing into the air box! I think I'll be changing that stock air box to something better though to gain more HP! The old Bosch Platinum plugs were worn 0.010" too in just 2 years! Just'* not good! I'll see how long these plugs last!
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How far off are the bosch Platinum +4 in heat? Too cold hot or what?

Yeah you cannot adjust them because of the four electrodes. I just got them to try them out and I go them pretty cheap compared to their normal price. I think I paid about 2.50 each USD.
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It depends on the engine application! You see Bosch makes a limited amount of types of these plugs and then generalizes the applications! In other words it may be close but not exact when it comes to the heat range!
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