Spark Plugs when supercharged

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Thrust

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So for adding a magnuson supercharger to a 2015 Denali, do I stay with stock plugs or go with plugs for factory 6.2L supercharged GM applications?
 

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mine runs fine w/ stock plugs
even after i got a BBP tune. ;)


now that i am chasing more HP, i will go w/ a set from camaro ZL1,
after i do a few other supporting mods
 

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when adding a power adder, i would always lean towards a slightly colder plug.

just as an added insurance against detonation, understand that the COLDER temp range is the length of the body, thus allowing a little more heat dissipation in the area around the electrode. reason i state that is the length of the plug may have ill affects. if a colder plug is not achievable, then the tuning will have to accommodate and thus leave a little power to had, but not available
 

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