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Oily Plug

Discussion in 'The Garage' started by bigbadchev84, Apr 12, 2005.

  1. bigbadchev84

    bigbadchev84 1/2 ton status

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    I Was Giving My Engine A Tune-up Today And One Of My Spark Plugs, (#8) Was Slightly Coated In Oil, Is There Anyway To "cover Up" This, When I Rev It Up A Little Bit Of Blue Smoke Comes Out The Passenger Exaust. I Know I Need A Rebuild Here Soon But Could I Get Away With Maybe Running A Hotter Plug? , I Currently Have Ac Delco Rt44s In It And Am Running 10w30 Oil. Thanks
     
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    winter is over, 20W-50 it
     
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    Second that.
     
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    is changing the oil gonna effect anything though?
     
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    so what is a godd hot plug that i can run without having to worry about detonation?
     
  6. R72K5

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    jut run some r45tsx ac delcos and put new stem seals on valve stems

    that will fix it all

    good luck
     

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