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Old 09-09-2007, 04:55 PM   #1
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Default Spark Plugs for a '94 GT

I bought Autolite AP25 (Platinum) plugs to do a tuneup on my '94 GT, and the only reason I did so was because the platinum plugs were actually cheaper (after a $2.00 rebate, per pair--$4.17-$2.00=$2.17) than the copper plugs ($2.67 per pair).

I've heard several different opinions (not surprising) on whether the AP25s are very good for the 5.0 or not. If I need to go back and get the copper 25's, then by all means, I will. I lost my receipt for these AP25's anyway, so I can't mail in the rebate for them (unless I go back and trade things around in order to get a new receipt, which I certainly can).

Thoughts?

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-Jordan
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Old 09-09-2007, 05:49 PM   #2
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Default RE: Spark Plugs for a '94 GT

Nm. I just went and swapped the stupid AP25's for the copper 25's.

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-Suspension upgrades: Front coilover springs w/ Strange Engineering struts and Maximum Motorsports CC plates, Strange Engineering shocks in the rear w/ HR SS lowering springs
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