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Old 10-17-2008, 03:58 PM   #1
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Default I need help with Glow Plug

I am fairly new at this but I seem to have a problem with my turbo glow plugs, they develope a dark brown spot right where the wire meets the metal part of plug very quickly, I know I am running on the fairly rich side,just for info , I am running GRP .21 with Byrons 20% nitro and med turbo plug.Any help would be appreciated, Thanks Dave
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a dark spot? so whats the problem- does the plug stop working? what brand plug, what plug, what outside air temps - what temps are you running?
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Just run it till it don't work no mo.
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