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Recommended Spark plug 49 288
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Wazza22
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Hi there,

I have a standard 288 23rd series Eight and was looking for recommendations on what heat range of plug to run.

I currently are running a Champion J8C but I have not had the car long enough to do enough miles to know if it is appropriate.

Any comments welcome.


Cheers,

Warren

Posted on: 2015/9/14 4:42
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Re: Recommended Spark plug 49 288
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Owen_Dyneto
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That plug is a reasonable choice. If you decide to replace them AutoLite #308 would be my recommendation. Obviously you have a fairly late 23rd series car, the earlier ones used a 10mm plug.

Posted on: 2015/9/14 9:09
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Re: Recommended Spark plug 49 288
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Wazza22
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Thank you for the advice. Yes I was surprised to learn it didn't have the 10mm plugs, I wasn't aware they changed them.

Thank you

Posted on: 2015/9/15 3:02
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