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    What plugs n should I be ok?

    Hey guys I want to spry a 125 shot wet on my 4.8. I want to put some tr6 plugs in so what's the part number n what should I gap them at and souls I be ok with my base tune?

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    ngk tr6, part number is 4417 or 4471 I don't remember, you'd prolly be OK, but I'd stick with a 100 shot on a base tune. I never messed with gapping I just opened em and put em in, but if you must 25 or30. Other good nitrous plugs are the ngk br6ef I think the part is 3177 don't let the idiot at the part store give you ngk br6eS its a 4wheeler plug.
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    Ok thanks

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    4177 is tr6 I believe

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    i run BR7EF,but yes tr6 be ok for u

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    Hey do y'all know what color wire controls the throttle body position on my 07 4.8.

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    Like stated in your other thread...doesnt work that way. Give Nitrous Express a call and they can answer every question you have, and even get you the right parts to go fast.
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    Quote Originally Posted by bangbangskeetskeet View Post
    Like stated in your other thread...doesnt work that way. Give Nitrous Express a call and they can answer every question you have, and even get you the right parts to go fast.
    Actually, I believe most of the new controllers do go off TPS voltage =/

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    Quote Originally Posted by pl4yboy View Post
    Actually, I believe most of the new controllers do go off TPS voltage =/
    Ah didnt think of that. Guess it just depends on what he will be using.
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    Quote Originally Posted by bangbangskeetskeet View Post
    Ah didnt think of that. Guess it just depends on what he will be using.
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