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Old 03-19-2012, 02:21 PM
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Originally Posted by Simon1 View Post
Red locktite? Not too bright.
BUHAHA, no kidding right!?

You thought the OE plugs were hard to get out...
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Old 03-19-2012, 08:57 PM
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Originally Posted by Simon1 View Post
Red locktite? Not too bright.
Why not???? Unless I don't remember, it's been a few years, but I do seem to remember that the Red Loctite is the stronger one. Anyway, I did use the stronger one. the Loctite is holding the Helicoil in, not the sparkplug, genius. It sounds like you don't even understand basic cylinder repair. How the hell else are you supposed to secure the Helicoil? With Elmers Glue?? I have one of the most modified Mustangs in here; it will run 10's on a good tire. Who's the bright one now, dummy? Oh, that'll be you. Edit your post before you really start to sound like as assh*le.
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Old 03-19-2012, 09:09 PM
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Originally Posted by S197GT07 View Post
BUHAHA, no kidding right!?

You thought the OE plugs were hard to get out...
Once again.... the loctite is holding in the HELICOIL; not the sparkplugs, ya' dummies. Do you guys even know what a helicoil is? Some people are so stupid.... I have had the plugs out at least 4 times since I USED LOCTITE to secure the HELICOILS in. That is per the instructions, but one has to know how to read to understand instructions. I am running over 15 psi, and have not had a PLUG BLOWOUT since LOCTITING IN THE HELICOILS. And I torque the plugs as per specs. Talk to me when you become more knowledgeable.
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Old 03-20-2012, 06:24 AM
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Originally Posted by piledriver View Post
Now those plug holes have about 12 threads, and plenty of red Loctite
I read this as you putting red loctite in the spark plug threads, thus holding the spark plugs in. Way to be awesome at sentence structure. Clearly Simon and I read this the same way.

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Why not???? Unless I don't remember, it's been a few years, but I do seem to remember that the Red Loctite is the stronger one. Anyway, I did use the stronger one. the Loctite is holding the Helicoil in, not the sparkplug, genius. It sounds like you don't even understand basic cylinder repair. How the hell else are you supposed to secure the Helicoil? With Elmers Glue?? I have one of the most modified Mustangs in here; it will run 10's on a good tire. Who's the bright one now, dummy? Oh, that'll be you. Edit your post before you really start to sound like as assh*le.
I would edit your post as clearly it was worded wrong, now you're the one that sounds like an assh0le, good job.

Also, "one of the most modified mustangs"? Really? and 10's with a good tire is "one of the most modified" mustangs?

Dude, its great you can run 10's, but you are nowhere near the top man.
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