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Old 04-15-2011, 11:22 PM
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My Ram is running with the Autolite AP5224 (Single Platinums) and they are side gaped like the higher priced racing plugs. The more spark visible, the better the fuel and air burn. The 3923s are good too, but in some instances, they tend to make the O2 sensor life shorter in the Magnum engines.

All I know is that the Champion plugs cost me a mere $300 to get them pulled out of the block. The original owner never changed them from the show room floor up to 60,000 miles. Those dumb plugs were frozen and three broke. A shop had to EZ-out them and breaking the EZ-out in the process.
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