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241 spark plug


So, long story short, I am adding Obrien Trucker cast VC to my 241. I am using HH stock type aluminum tubes. I had to trim them down a few thou., width wise, no biggie. Got me looking at my spark plugs. While checking the tubes for fitment on a mocked up stock 241 head, I noticed that my plugs, currently Autolite 86, without washer, look like they dont even reach into the combustion chamber.

So my question, finally (LOL), am I running the correct plugs? Should I run a plug with a longer each? What are you 241 peeps running?
Thanks,
Mike
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Re: 241 spark plug
on: Tue 10 of Dec, 2019 [19:46 UTC] score: 0.00
Speedo: Opps! My mistake! use an Autolite 86 for a 241 and remove the washer.
Sorry if I caused confusion, Bob




> So, long story short, I am adding Obrien Trucker cast VC to my 241. I am using HH stock type aluminum tubes. I had to trim them down a few thou., width wise, no biggie. Got me looking at my spark plugs. While checking the tubes for fitment on a mocked up stock 241 head, I noticed that my plugs, currently Autolite 86, without washer, look like they dont even reach into the combustion chamber.
>
> So my question, finally (LOL), am I running the correct plugs? Should I run a plug with a longer each? What are you 241 peeps running?
> Thanks,
> Mike

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Re: 241 spark plug
on: Tue 10 of Dec, 2019 [19:34 UTC] score: 0.00
Speedo: For a 241, use an Autolite 65 with the washers removed.
Good luck,
Bob



Speedo> So, long story short, I am adding Obrien Trucker cast VC to my 241. I am using HH stock type aluminum tubes. I had to trim them down a few thou., width wise, no biggie. Got me looking at my spark plugs. While checking the tubes for fitment on a mocked up stock 241 head, I noticed that my plugs, currently Autolite 86, without washer, look like they dont even reach into the combustion chamber.
>
> So my question, finally (LOL), am I running the correct plugs? Should I run a plug with a longer each? What are you 241 peeps running?
> Thanks,
> Mike

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Re: 241 spark plug
on: Sun 08 of Dec, 2019 [16:50 UTC] score: 0.00
> So, long story short, I am adding Obrien Trucker cast VC to my 241. I am using HH stock type aluminum tubes. I had to trim them down a few thou., width wise, no biggie. Got me looking at my spark plugs. While checking the tubes for fitment on a mocked up stock 241 head, I noticed that my plugs, currently Autolite 86, without washer, look like they dont even reach into the combustion chamber.
>
> So my question, finally (LOL), am I running the correct plugs? Should I run a plug with a longer each? What are you 241 peeps running?
> Thanks,
> Mike

Really?? No ideas? Come on people!????


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