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Old 11-25-2013, 08:51 AM   #1
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Hello so I got my self a savage 25 will be running it on 30% and 9% oil content what sort of plug should I be using with it I was thinking a 5or6 what sort of temps should the savage be running at?

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The turbo plugs are these any good do the need a different type of cylinder head or piston to work with.. sorry haven't got much experience and still learning so take it easy on me haha
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Turbo plugs yes u need a different button head. Really only used for applications where you need super high performance such as racing.
If you're running 30% fuel these are good.:http://www.ebay.com/itm/HPI-Medium-C...item5af7f67e38
Basically you'll want a med/cold or just cold standard size glow plug. most any brand will work, though I'd stay away from traxxas plugs
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