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Old 06-09-2004, 01:47 PM   #11
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My local Autozone carries the TR6'* in stock.
Those are a little too pricey for my blood!! I'm sticking with the V-Power!
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Old 06-09-2004, 01:48 PM   #12
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My local Autozone carries the TR6'* in stock.
Those are a little too pricey for my blood!! I'm sticking with the V-Power!
Que?? $3.99 a piece???

EDIT: Actually I think they were $2.99...calling...
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whats the diff between v-power and g-power?
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My local Autozone carries the TR6'* in stock.
Those are a little too pricey for my blood!! I'm sticking with the V-Power!
Que?? $3.99 a piece???

EDIT: Actually I think they were $2.99...calling...
The Napa near me charges $1.79 for the V-power. Will have them at 1:00
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Old 06-09-2004, 02:20 PM   #15
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My local Autozone carries the TR6'* in stock.
Those are a little too pricey for my blood!! I'm sticking with the V-Power!
Que?? $3.99 a piece???

EDIT: Actually I think they were $2.99...calling...
The Napa near me charges $1.79 for the V-power. Will have them at 1:00
Okay, I was WAY off. The TR6'* are at the local O'Reilly'* for $1.49 a piece. Sorry for the confusion...
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tr6ix are more like $6.00 a plug.
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tr6ix are more like $6.00 a plug.
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The TR6'* are at the local O'Reilly'* for $1.49 a piece
I just called and confirmed that man. They are $1.49 each for NGK TR6'*. Check the sig, that'* where I got mine.
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tr6(IX) iridiums not tr6 (v-power).
iridiums are great plugs.
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tr6(IX) iridiums not tr6 (v-power).
iridiums are great plugs.
OH!! My bad. I thought copper was better for our cars?
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go to sparkplugs.com and look at (sparkplug 411) that site has good info on all kinds of plugs also go to advanced tuners put in your plug info (thread,seat,reach,hex) but doun't set the heat range that way you get the plugs part # that will fit your car but hotter or colder depending on what you want.
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