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Old 03-04-2012, 02:30 AM   #1
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ok, so im trying to determine the best plug for an engine im about to buy- the novarossi 35 plus 21-a. dose anyone know about the NRS-C8TF as to how it will perform in this engine at temps between 10-20deg/c (50deg/f-70deg/f). anyone have any suggestions or a better plug choice?? cheers, Tom
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ok, so im trying to determine the best plug for an engine im about to buy- the novarossi 35 plus 21-a. dose anyone know about the NRS-C8TF as to how it will perform in this engine at temps between 10-20deg/c (50deg/f-70deg/f). anyone have any suggestions or a better plug choice?? cheers, Tom
Any nova plug should work fine.
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ok, so im trying to determine the best plug for an engine im about to buy- the novarossi 35 plus 21-a. dose anyone know about the NRS-C8TF as to how it will perform in this engine at temps between 10-20deg/c (50deg/f-70deg/f). anyone have any suggestions or a better plug choice?? cheers, Tom
If 10-20deg, I think stick to the original C7 plug. I use Odonell 99T plug all he time.
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We use and recommend the Nova C8TGH
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thanks desotoracing, i have gone with the nova c8tgh, mainly because of what the nova website recommends for ambient heat ranges.
so the odonnel plug works ok lil-bump? what ambient temps are you dealing with usually? do you use the same engine (35 plus 21)?
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