What about Spark Plugs

Choosing the correct spark plugs

Spark plugs & nitrous performance
Quite often, a factory type wide-gap projected nose plug will produce a detonation condition after a few seconds of nitrous use. The detonation is not due to the heat range, it occurs because the ground strap of the spark plug becomes a glow plug instead of a spark plug. The ground strap is too long to dissipate the extra heat produced by the extra nitrous power. The correct solution is to replace the plugs with units that have shorter ground straps. By doing this, you will shorten the heat path from the ground strap to the plug base. It is also wise to go one or two heat ranges colder when using larger amounts of gas.


 
 
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