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Thread: "How-To" Spark plugs w/supercharger removed

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    Thanks, I wasn't sure if it did or not. By the way how caan I get my hands on a couple of those National Harley truck owners club decals like you have
    under the hood in pic #1 coil pack? are they still available? hope they're not discontinued.

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    become a paid member and Nan &Big D will send ya one along with a Tshirt and other goodies...

    Or you can go to the merchandise section and buy some...

    We have two styles.....

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    thank you for the write-up on this. I was able to change my plugs and clean everything (which was beyond destroyed with oil). once done the truck seemed to run a lot smoother!

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    Missing a big step here ford has changed the torque specs on the 2 valve engines. The proper torque on the spark plugs are 25 foot pounds https://youtu.be/kc4-z-sT1ms

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    Wrist tight/smug is fine for me...... haven't had an issue
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    Not sure when the 3v engine was put into the f150 But ive got a 2002 and i trust that guy on you tube. Hes pretty awesome got me out of alot of jams

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    14-15 lb./ft. per Ford IIRC, re-torque periodically to prevent launching. My torque wrench shat the bed and I haven't replaced it yet so I've been using the good-n-tight method to torque/re-torque my plugs for the last few months.

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    Well i torqued mine to 25 foot pounds. I felt ok about that lol

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    Can anyone tell me if there is any issues with plugs breaking in the head like the 3 valve motor

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    Not a common problem with these heads.

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    Cool thanks now I feel confident on doing it myself

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