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  1. #31
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    Re: The only way to clean a spark plug

    This has been a really interesting thread. Hey MeanGene, the next time you read that article could you post what issue of Cycle it was in? I'd like to give it a read.

  2. Re: The only way to clean a spark plug

    what about soda blasting them ???

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    Re: The only way to clean a spark plug

    What kind of needles?

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    Re: The only way to clean a spark plug

    heroin ones !~
    GIVE NO QUARTER!!

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    Re: The only way to clean a spark plug

    eweeee! Not cool, not cool at all. Never touched that shit.

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    Re: The only way to clean a spark plug

    Seriously though folks, what are we talkin here, small Sewing needles?

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    Re: The only way to clean a spark plug

    I had heard at one time that champion plugs ceramic was a little soft and the blasting media would imbed in the ceramic. Also when changing brand of plugs run a thread chaser in threads as champions also had a slight variation on thread.

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    Re: The only way to clean a spark plug

    It is a waste of time reusing plugs or blasting them and I will not use any Champion plug they are junk. AC plugs only, for me.

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