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Old 08-01-2007, 07:11 PM   #1
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Default What plug for JLR RED DOT .12?

Will this engine take any turbo plug or do I have to get a special PICCO version?
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you must run the picco style plugs, the taper is different.

the p6 should work well, try the p6th if it's really humid where you live.
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I just found out from Nitrohouse, where I got the engine, that you can also use OS brand turbo plugs. They have the same taper as the picco.
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Let me know how that works
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