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What are you guys running, what do you recommend? I know it's better to run a cooler plug with a supercharged engine.
 

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Depends on how much boost you are running and what fuel. Stock with some gap changes can handle most mild set-ups. I believe the NGK TR6 is the current one step colder plug which you shouldn't need anything more than that. Check the LSx forums for more info on specifics with the plugs and gaps.
 

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Depends on how much boost you are running and what fuel. Stock with some gap changes can handle most mild set-ups. I believe the NGK TR6 is the current one step colder plug which you shouldn't need anything more than that. Check the LSx forums for more info on specifics with the plugs and gaps.
Thanks, I'm going to run a 8psi pulley once I get my new transmission.
 

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You won't need to change them for 8 psi, stock with a little less gap should be fine. You may squeeze a little more timing out of it with the one step colder ones though.
 

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Are you going to have it on the road before snow?

Shittt...if I get off my ass after work tomorrow and take the trans out so that it can be rebuild. Lol

The 80e had 150k on it to start, followed by me improperly filling it, it needs rebuilt. When the trans is back in, I'll be running 7lbs of boost. When I get the fuel system put in and the 8.8 on the rear, 20+lbs ;)
 
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