I was wonderin gif any of you have after market spark plugs or if any of you have the spark plug adapter from jegs with allows you to have bigger plug and i was wondering does this really help that much
08-20-2012 11:49 PM
Adapter that allows you to have a bigger plug?
08-21-2012 12:25 AM
Motorcraft copper plugs HERE or the factory platinums HERE. These are the plugs that should be run the in the SVT. As for bigger plugs and using a adapter sounds like a horrible idea, I can already see the multiple misfires from even thinking about using that lol.
08-21-2012 12:57 AM
bigger plugs, sounds like that thing u ziptie to the fuel line and it boosts fuel mileage by 10 percent, or the "turbo" you put in the intake, anything it takes to make people pay for pointless garbage. Sick with factory plugs unless your boosted ( and i dont think you are ) and then go copper
09-14-2012 06:51 PM
Get the platinum Desno plugs from Rock Auto. $35 shipped and they will last a long time.
09-15-2012 01:04 AM
There is NO WAY I would ever use a Plat or Uridium plug in any Focus engine , there far to hot a heat range (I dont car what they claim) for performance
Dont even get me started on Denso or any of most of the other plugs out there
The Motorcraft SP463 is very cheap and 1 step colder then the stock plugs , I would use those
09-15-2012 01:08 AM
Yep motorcraft is the why to go. More people have cranked more power out of the stock motorcraft coil and plugs than any other setup.
09-15-2012 04:00 AM
I admit it, when I worked at autozone, and ONLY because I got a DEEP discount on them, I tried those plasma plugs. I hated them so bad, I switched back to the Motorcraft Double Plats. I got a great deal on them from Steve @ Tousley Ford. From then on, I have only run with Motorcraft Double Platinums.
09-15-2012 09:34 PM
If you have mods to your engine then the DDP plugs are not only a waste of money but also to hot of a heat range , by the time you pay shipping and the insane price of thise plugs you can buy 3+ sets local of the SP463 and have a safer engine
If your bone stock and have the money to waste .... go for it