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    just found this inside my toolbox but my T-dub is long gone, brand new NGK DR8EiX iridium plug that stores in a Moose Racing enduro plug holder. 8 shipped 50 states, paypal ready.







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    Quote Originally Posted by GlassAnkles View Post
    just found this inside my toolbox but my T-dub is long gone, brand new NGK DR8EiX iridium plug that stores in a Moose Racing enduro plug holder. 8 shipped 50 states, paypal ready.









    I will take it.



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    Quote Originally Posted by ronnydog View Post
    I will take it.



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    i always forget the instant subscribe doesn't work on here
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    Any feedback on running these?
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    Quote Originally Posted by lrppcer View Post
    Any feedback on running these?


    I have one in mine, I rate it as 4/5 for best bang for buck. It smoothed the engine and stopped the occasional idle in traffic stall.

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    I also am running one. Mostly based on comments here and after watching a utube video of one firing as compared to a regular plug.

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    Guys, thanks for the feedback...I got mine in the mail the other day, and geez, I would never have thought that a plug could make such a difference! It pretty much smoothed out my lean surges (since I'm running stock as I just picked up my 2004 two weeks ago and I have not gotten to the carb yet).
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