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Old 01-04-2008, 10:08 AM   #31
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I am having a real hard time trying to find a set, or any of the AZFS22C's. One store I called told me they are autolites now, but that they are platinum, I kinda figured the C stands for copper...I also tried the sp463 after I did a search for more info on these plugs...4 stores, nobody lists them or heard of them...
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^^^Yep...or your local Ford Dealer.
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I am having a real hard time trying to find a set, or any of the AZFS22C's. One store I called told me they are autolites now, but that they are platinum, I kinda figured the C stands for copper...I also tried the sp463 after I did a search for more info on these plugs...4 stores, nobody lists them or heard of them...
I was able to get mine at an advance auto parts down the street from my house. I am not sure if you have these where you are though.

On a side note, I found that I could not run the gap at .060. I took the car around the block after putting these plugs in and gapping them to .060 and the car was stuttering bad. I went back home and checked all the wires thinking something had come off then went out again and same thing. I had to keep closing the gap and taking the car back out. I believe it was around .055 finally where it ran normally. It could be that my wires are something are bad since the car has 82k miles on it now with the stockers still on there.
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It could be that my wires are something are bad since the car has 82k miles on it now with the stockers still on there.
^^^You guessed it.

See this thread for plug wire suggestions:
Read First: Ask your spark plug, wires and coil questions here

I'm also merging this thread with the above linked "Read First" thread,
as the original poster's question should have been asked there in the first place.
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^^^Yep...or your local Ford Dealer.
I called my local dealer about the AZFS22Cs and they said that they couldn't find them. ( I didn't have the new part#.) I explained to the guy what they were, copper, one step colder and he goes off to ask someone. He comes back with a price of $17.xx per plug! I laughed and told him no thanks! I'm hoping he had the wrong part and that wasn't the actual price but then again they also wanted to charge me $70+ for a TPS sensor.

I called CFM and added both of them both to my pending order.
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There really isnt a "new" part number... the part number on the box still says AZFS22C f4 you need the STOCK number which is 463 if I remember correctly.
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I called my local dealer about the AZFS22Cs and they said that they couldn't find them. ( I didn't have the new part#.) I explained to the guy what they were, copper, one step colder and he goes off to ask someone. He comes back with a price of $17.xx per plug! I laughed and told him no thanks! I'm hoping he had the wrong part and that wasn't the actual price but then again they also wanted to charge me $70+ for a TPS sensor.

I called CFM and added both of them both to my pending order.
That is funny.

My Girlfriend just called our local Ford dealer looking for a set for her SVT and sure enough they said the same thing 17 bucks per plug lol....she ended up getting them from CFM....

Should be on her car tomorrow along with Ford Racing 9mm cables and a bunch of other stuff I got her for xmass .....I am going to try a .06 gap, I will try and post how it runs after the install.
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There really isnt a "new" part number... the part number on the box still says AZFS22C f4 you need the STOCK number which is 462 if I remember correctly.
^^^SP-463 as listed earlier in this thread.

You folks getting the $17 quote are most likely being quoted the price for the stock/factory platinum plugs.
If they pull up the part number for an SVT, that's what they'll get.
The cheaper copper plugs will not show up at all if they're searching by SVTF for the car model.
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^^^ Exactly ;-) You should see the look at parts guy when he brought me those yesterday..looking into comp on SVT parts..he said...that's not what's listed for your car ;-) I paid 9$ for them @ Ford
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^^^SP-463 as listed earlier in this thread.

Go back and look... thats what I said... just ignore the "edited by" script at the bottom of the page

Also the Coppers are anywhere between 7 and 9 bucks a set... as also earlier stated
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