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Old 10-19-2008, 10:15 AM   #1
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Quick question.

I've looked around and i havent been able to find the answer. What is the part # to the copper core plugs for a n/a engine?


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Old 10-19-2008, 11:17 AM   #2
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Seems everyone has them for the SVT. Found a Motorcraft sight.
Maybe it will help.
http://www.motorcraft.com/catalog.do?goto=fullline
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It didnt say if they were copper core.
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I've looked around and i havent been able to find the answer. What is the part # to the copper core plugs for a n/a engine?
The part # is AZFS22C
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This plug is one heat range colder than the factory plug on non-SVT Zetec equipped models. The SVT model uses a colder plug like this one from the factory due to its higher compression ratio but it is platinum instead of copper. This is a superior plug for mild nitrous or force inducted applications on non-SVT models. It can be used on SVT models but will support a lower amount of increase in power due to the SVT's 40hp advantage from the factory. For higher horsepower applications on Zetec engines, our Denso spark plugs will be a better choice.
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Old 10-19-2008, 10:53 PM   #6
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All the plugs i have found are for forced inductioned engines.
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Here is an Autolite that might fit
http://store.summitracing.com/partde...2+&appfilter=1
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The AZFS22C plugs will work fine in NA cars as well as FI cars......
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can someone explain the advantages of different spark plugs and gaps and what the hell does N/A mean in terms of this can i through them on a bone stock engine with the exception of a CAI??? inlightin me please
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Copper is the second best conductor. Silver is the first. So a copper plug provides a much better spark. The better the spark the better the fuel burns which inturn can give a little extra power like .5whp or something and gapping it to .060 will help your idle to be smother. n/a means naturaly asperated so no turbo/supercharger/nitrous.
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