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Plug recommendation (1/6)
 5/25/23 2:27pm
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I just installed some Edelbrock E street aluminum heads and they recommend Champion RC-12YC spark plugs. These are quite long and not a lot of header clearance. Is there a spark plug with a shorter porcelain part that any of you would recommend that will fit these heads? Thanks

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Re: Plug recommendation (2/6)
 5/25/23 9:49pm
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Here's a can of worms cross-reference for that plug #. I personally would not run a Champion plug in anything but lawn equipment, but that's just me. I prefer to use OE brand plugs...AC/Delco for GM products. Only other brand I would use is NGK.



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Re: Plug recommendation (3/6)
 5/31/23 12:08pm
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I use NGK platinum in my 82 CE. I have found Delco plugs to be of questional quality since they have been manufactured overseas.



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Re: Plug recommendation (4/6)
 5/31/23 12:37pm
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CE82GUY said:

I use NGK platinum in my 82 CE. I have found Delco plugs to be of questional quality since they have been manufactured overseas.



I think they are made by NGK.

 

I have NGK V-Power standard spark plugs in my 72, but I have an MSD 6A spark box and distributor.



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Re: Plug recommendation (5/6)
 10/5/23 7:59am
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I use only AC Delco Products, R44TS spark plugs in my 350 / 330 mouse and they perform well with my with iron 2.02 heads.

Re: Plug recommendation (6/6)
 10/15/23 8:10pm
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See if any of these plugs will work for you. I have them in my .040 over small block and had to use the Accel shorty plugs because of the headers. No problem after several years,.

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