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Hey guys right now i have NGK iridium plugs in. I was curious to know if i would be better off putting some 32cs in my car?? I was sitting here reading something threads and thought i would throw this up in the air
 

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I have irdiums in and I didn't really notice much difference except a smoother idle. I think there a good choice if you don't want to change your plugs all the time.
 

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Speaking from V-6 experience, only Autolite or Motorcraft run well for extended periods of time in Fords. I use the Autolite Platnums. If I want better power/performance, I'd go with Autolite Copper plugs, but will have to change them yearly.

In the Super Coupe I had, Autolite Double Plats were the only way to go.
 

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AGSF32C is the best plug for that motor with stock timing.

They come in a six pack now with F6 added to that number.

The AWSF was discontinued, and the AGSF has a full thread length, and it is the same plug.

JH
 
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