[DML] Re: spark plugs/brake fluid 3 vs. 4
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[DML] Re: spark plugs/brake fluid 3 vs. 4

Hi Tony,

Looking for some additional info to help you decide what spark plugs 
you may want to use, I found this link to an explanation on spark 
plugs and the influence of temperature etc.:
This link may be cut off, so copy the entire line up to and 
including "US" into your browsers address bar.

Furthermore I have copied this reply from John Hervey to a question 
of mine, as additional info:
"Plugs really depend on you driving habits. 
Back and fourth to the store and lots of traffic. ( This needs to be 
a hot plug.)Your NGK is a cold plug.
Sunday or medium to light traffic.( also needs to be midrange heat )
Or out on the highway .( Cold plug. )
 Hope this helps.
NGK is a good plug but a 6 is a cold plug."

Success in finding the correct plug for your driving style.


--- In dmcnews@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx, "T. Madsen" <fishheadlouie@...> wrote:
> Help fellow De Lorean owners.
>   I am having trouble choosing spark plugs.

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