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Old 05-19-2008, 04:21 PM   #21
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Those don't look gappable, so go easy on them when you clean them.
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104 Octane Boost fouled the plugs.

Was that because you added two cans I have used one can in the past and never had a plug fouling problem.
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I would start taking the bus if someone tried to charge me 100 for some plugs.LOL
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I don't clean mine. New ones only cost $2.59 for a pair.
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