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post #1 of 8 Old 10-20-2009, 06:56 PM Thread Starter
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Better than stock glow plugs

My 6.0 needs new glow plugs (172k) on the originals.

I know Borg Warner makes them that are "better" than OEM.

Any others out there and a good place to buy them?

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I'm kinda curious too.
I know there's beefier GP relays. What about beefier GPs?



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BW GPs

they are supposed to be bad ***.

ATS and Elite use stock.(I called and asked both for the BW ones, both told me they use stock) The BW homepage lists several retailers for their plugs. One in AZ can order them in, prepaid, does not take Cards or ship.
the 5 others all had no idea wht the hell i was talking about.

Just use the motorcraft. its not worth the aggrivation..............

Anyone wanna chime in on those relays? I'm shopping for one.

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I don't know about the any relays for the 6.0 but the Stancor one for the 7.3 just puts out more power.



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I just let mine cycle twice and it always fires right up...

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Sparkplugs.com - Application Search Results

It states that these are regular class. there is a chart on the top right of the screen with a level of performance.
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i bought the dual coil fast heating ones from pennsicola diesel(I KNOW THEY SUCK FOR INJECTORS) they are supposed to work well for the winter.
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