Re: [DML] Tune-up
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Re: [DML] Tune-up

Just go with regular old Bosch single-electrode plugs.  Most owners  have 
found that properly gapped basic plugs seem to work better than the fancy  
stuff.  You can find the correct ones on Grady's site.
In a message dated 4/17/2010 9:55:35 P.M. Central Daylight Time,  
5n-@xxxxxxx writes:

Guys; I  am working on my D a little since I have a rough running engine, 
and am  curious what the original coil has for output voltage. I'm looking at 
John's  25,000 volt Bosch coil [as an upgrade?] since I doubt the stock one 
has that  much punch to it. I have +4 plugs that are a little old but few 
miles and are  still in good shape; also Johns 8mm wires and upgraded 
resistor. I once used  the blaster coil with my setup but I remember having 
problems with it - I  believe it was melted distributor rotor but can't remember 
correctly.  Nonetheless, with what I have as far as plugs, wires and resister; 
which coil  should I be going after? My engine runs like garbage when it 
rains, and when  it is dry it sputters at stops from time to time and just 
doesn't feel  "right". Thanks guys -----Dani B. in  FL!


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