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My buddy bought a 1990 fox body with a twin kit on it. Does anybody know what company it is? Pretty sure it's discontinued buy would like to know some specs on it and see how people are changing plugs on it. This is the best pic I can get since everything else is so hidden. Anyone recognize the manifold?
 

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That's exactly what it is, thanks a ton.
 

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To change plugs you have to pull the motor, big fail there!
 

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Nevermind, some people have managed to do them in a few hours.
 

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Hey Chris, any tips on changing plugs that you know of?
 

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article says plug change in an hour?

are the plugs "bad"?
 

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Car has a bad miss and won't pull in the upper rpm for shit, pulled out a easy to get at plug and it was gapped at .044 so now need to check the rest and poss change plug model.
 

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Car has a bad miss and won't pull in the upper rpm for shit, pulled out a easy to get at plug and it was gapped at .044 so now need to check the rest and poss change plug model.

when I first had my turbo car on the road I had the same problem
checked my notes on the build...rookie mistake...28-32 is where the gap should be...plugs were gapped way too wide
 

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just put a big arc box of an ignition on it LOL!
 
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