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Old 07-03-2005, 04:14 AM   #21
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Got it all taken care of and I got my 3.4" MPS pulley on. But my engine feels like it is misfiring as soon as there is any boost over 0psi. I think it may be the plugs, I'm going to swap them in the morning (12-1pm lol) and see if it makes a difference if not I'll start a new thread. I feel like a moron for doing what I did but next time i'll slow down and pay alittle more attention, live and learn I guess.

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DONT DO autolite 103s like it says in yer sig, go for 104s....they are the perfect heatrange for your application....103s are too cold and will foul ALOT....103s are good for heavily modded cars or car with n2o
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Well I put back in the stock heat range plugs and it runs perfect, now I have to run to Autozone or Napa and pick up some other plugs that are only one range colder.


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Ed, you were very lucky. Glad you got through it ok. Did the rented puller survive as well?
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Glad it all worked out. Gotta say you have some cool pics of what not to do. It'* all good now that it worked out.
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Well I put back in the stock heat range plugs and it runs perfect, now I have to run to Autozone or Napa and pick up some other plugs that are only one range colder.


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napa has them
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Well actually the puller survive almost completely intacted. It'* tough to thread the nut on the first inch of the 5/8 rod and the one pin is missing a chunk off the smooth end. But I'm hoping I'll see most of my deposit back.

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More proof of why I don't loan out my tools.

Glad it worked out for you in the end.
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