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Re: Hotter spark plug

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The Red

05-02-2013 11:21:25

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Bob I have had real good luck with AC 386 plugs. Got rid of all the Champions.

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Bob Reineke

05-02-2013 13:32:52

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 Re: Hotter spark plug in reply to The Red, 05-02-2013 11:21:25  
OK thanks for the tip

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05-02-2013 14:45:15

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 Re: Hotter spark plug in reply to Bob Reineke, 05-02-2013 13:32:52  
I have substantial experience with single plug fowling. It has always been an issue with oil. Stuck rings and over oiling of the walls, or worn ring lands pumping oil up top where it fowls a plug, or moderately worn valve guides. The guides are nearly cost free to fix with umbrella seals under the retainers. and that should be task #1.
The other issues are rebuild time.
A warm engine that has been leaned (as you indicated earlier)Will vaporize fuel readily. Oil has both ash, and metallic compounds it it that are nearly invisible but conduct electricity down the center electrode fouling the plug. Jim

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Bob Reineke

05-02-2013 15:08:54

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 Re: Hotter spark plug in reply to Janicholson, 05-02-2013 14:45:15  
Thank you for that good information. I'll try what you suggest

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