can anybody recommend these?
or should I jus get the NGKs? The NGKs are half the price.
Dont waste your money, I bet you will more than likley lose performance from these. I used champion plats for 2.50 and couldnt be happier.
Save your money and just use OEM Champion plugs for $1.25 ea.
2006 Dodge Magnum R/T - SC Flashpaq, Volant exhaust, 22x9 Challenger SRT8 wheels, 265/35/22, 14.1@98MPH
2000 Jeep Wrangler
1966 Dodge Monaco 500
hemis like the stock champions
04 Black Sport Ram RC SB HEMI
PERFORMANCE MODS: K&N CAI, Fastman Ported Trottle Body, SRT 8 Cam, 6.1 Pushrods, Pacesetter Jet coated LT headers, Magnaflow Y pipe, SLP Loudmouth ll, Custom 3 inch exhaust
14.81 1/4 superchips, trueduels w/flows, k@n intake
14.43 1/4 headers, 6.1 cam, 3" exhaust w/slp, k@n intake
I just put in the NGK Iridiums. The Daytona feels good. I can't say i notice an improvement, but apparently these plugs last longer then OEM.
For the E3 i would say BIG NO!! You can search on here or at chargerforums.com, but there have been reports of big problems with them. Don't take my word for it do a search and you will see.
champ copper 1.25=30k
champ plats 2.50=80k
Just make sure you get them nicely coated with anti seize, especially if you go plats because obviously the longer there in there the harder they stick.
Last edited by MuscleMan305; 04-11-2009 at 09:40 PM.
I changed mine at 33k and by the looks of them, they could easily gone way past that, but I changed them anyway.
Only time will tell how long other plugs last in the Hemi. I don't have any idea myself, so I'll just do it at or near every 30k.
I know it's slightly off topic, but how often do you need to change the wires? (I have an early one with the big mess of them across the intake manifold)
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I replaced plus at 36000 after I had purchased the car. Noticed the plug wire mess and looking closely saw that there were some arc marks on the outside and the wires generally looked like crap for 36,000 miles-must be that they lay on hot intake their whole lives. Replaced with Taylor shorty wires in red and holy cow I mean just the clean look is worth it!! Don't really feel any performance increase and I don't think promise any, but the simplicity and look is worth it. I can't imagine what went through the Dodge engineer's head that came up with the cross-over plug mess!
Buy them, Buy them NOW. I got from Moes Performance-he has a package with wires and plugs.
I'm glad they fixed that mess by 06. No wires FTW!
Halo, a new kind of spark plug for the Hemi
Don't know about the Hemi, but the Halos sure worked nice in a Chevy 305. Last year my buddy put a set of them in his 98 Jaguar XJR (supercharged V8). He's really pleased with them. I haven't decided yet if I'm going to use them for the Hemi though, 16 plugs, and they are quite expensive. The big thing is the durability, and the unobscured spark which allows the ignition timing to be advanced, making more power.
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