I have a Magnum R/T with 35k miles and decided to change my own plugs. Having never worked with aluminum heads before, I was wondering if it is a good idea to use copper anti-seize on the threads or just install them dry?
A Predator is in the future and i plan to disable the MDS. From my feeble understanding, the 30k mileage sparkplug change interval is due to the MDS. If disabled, would it still be advisable to change out the plugs every 30k after that?
Thanks from a noob.
I use anti-seize on my plugs. Going with inexpensive copper core plugs with platinum tips (e.g., Champion, Autolites) will do just fine. If your engine is moderately to highly modified, or you're using nitrious, you need a cooler plug than stock.
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It doesn't matter what material it's made out of always use anti seize!
And a dab of Dielectric grease on the boots.........................
Bob in Ocala, Florida (a 73 year old guy who loves cars), 05' Magnum RT. Many mod's, all of Danko Products and a few from 402 Motoring.
Have owned my share of 12 & 13 second cars, am happy now with my stock RT.
Thanks for the help. I did try a search and got zip.
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