Say what?Didn't see any threads on this. Is there an option that will either last more than 30k, give me more Mpg or more hp?
EXACTLY, it's simple and easy and you should be able to find the copper plugs for ~$2.00 each * 16 = $32I paid $42.00 for 16 plugs. Changed them myself. Pretty easy, and I am no mechanic
I changed plugs today using the Champion 9055 Iridium plugs. I'm happy to report no issues at this point and the HEMI runs nice and smooth. I've only put a few miles on so time will tell if there are problems down the road (pun intended), but at least there have not been any error codes, etc.
The job itself is not too difficult, and took me about 1.5 hours to complete. I took my time and double checked the plug gaps following recommended torque values and used anti-seize on the threads. I had no major clearance or access issues but then I no longer have the factory air box and such as those were removed when I installed the Volant CAI.
The set of 16 plugs cost just under $100.00 from Amazon. Overall, I think this is a simple do-it-yourself project that will save some $$$ and provide a sense of satisfaction for anyone choosing to take this on.
Just my $0.02 worth...
I've been wondering the same thing with the Hemi. Would the Hemi benefit from the use of a MSD or other high energy coil pack and ignition system?I was at a car show this week and saw a challenger 5.7 with the engine cover off and the dude had a full msd wiring kit under the hood ( as in the electrical packs on the valve covers) i just thought it looked sick and im not sure of the value of changing the electrical system lol but just wanted to share