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    Anyone wanna play gypsy and read my plugs?

    Changed the plugs because I'm going to go get tuned next weekend and wanted fresh plugs. Anyway, these are OEM plugs with 27K+ on them, running on Cobb Stage 2 for about 20K now I think...

    I'm far from an expert on reading plugs, so figured I'd post a pic....
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    looks normal, can't see if the tips are all burnt up though. Disclaimer: I'm not an expert.

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    They look OK to me as well. Color is fine, no weird deposits or mechanical damage. The electrode tips look undamaged, they're tapered by design.
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    The burn looks good to me.

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    Thanks to Dan's online motorcycle course:


    http://www.dansmc.com/spark_plugs/sp...s_catalog.html

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    maybe its my monitor or i havent adjusted my new vid card settings yet, but they look a bit lean for running modifications to a car...maybe again my monitor is overexposing them or something (i tend to keep my contrast etc turned up)...

    but i always like to err on the side of rich as opposed to "normal"...etc...what are your AFRs?

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    Light brown is normal. Looks good.

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