Dec 21st, 99, 12:28 PM
MY PARTNER HAS A 68 CAMARO WITH A 1969 302.
IT HAS 292 HEADS THAT ARE PORT&POLISHED.WITH AN AGRESSIVE COMP CAM AND IS FEED BY A AFB 750 CARB OH THE HEADS HAVE ANGELED PLUGS.
WHAT WOULD BE THE BEST SPARKPLUGS TO USE ON THIS MOTOR.THE CAR HAS ALL MSD STUFF.
Dec 22nd, 99, 05:59 AM
My friends and I have found that the Bosch Platinum plugs work best in all our vehicles. The plain plugs they produce (not the garbage with four electrodes) come in various heat ranges and so on. You need to find a knowledgable sales person to find the heat range chart though.
On one friend's '76 Firebird with a radical 455, the Bosch's actually smoothed out his idle with no other change. Give them a try.
'69 Base Camaro
355, 200-4R trans
Dec 24th, 99, 09:24 AM
My car is a street/strip car,and i run AC Delco's,also i have a MSD6al with a hei and gapped the plugs to .060.so hoped this helped ?
Jan 3rd, 00, 12:59 PM
The platinums are great. One piece of advice though. The platinum plugs are more sensitive to gasoline. So if you run rich, or flood alot, then these plugs are not a good choice. They will foul more easily than normal plugs
Jan 3rd, 00, 03:20 PM
with the msd you dont need exotic plugs. i run a blown bb with ac delcos (44ts off the top of my head) and everything runs fine
Jan 4th, 00, 05:10 AM
I agree with Pink68. Also, in my experience, MDSs eat spark plugs for lunch. This makes sense since you get 6 sparks instead on just one. I use AC-Delco because they are cheap.