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Spark Plugs....

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Just interseted in what sort of plugs fellow members run in their T's read somewhere that the best improvement one member made was to change his plugs to Iridium ??? (and that is excellent spelling of the word too!) Hey W-dog welcome aboard. No answer here for the sparkplugs....but Where are you in NZ? I spent some time there in the early 90's, lived in Takapuna and Christchurch. Did the Milford trek my last week there, then split, beautiful country you've got ,,,

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