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My stock lt1 spark plug change took three hours. Getting ready to do a ls1 stock for the first time. How long should it take? Any special tools or tricks for these? What are the best plugs for them? Thanks!
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1994 Z-28 LT1 A4, Supercharger 6 psi, 3.73 Gears, GMPP 1.6 Rockers, LT4 Springs, 42LB Bosch injectors, PCMFORLESS tune, All MSD ignition, Inline fuel pump, SLP sub frames, Panhard Bar, strut bar and rear control arms & LCA relocation, 1LE sway bar, Mid pacesetter's. 3" exhaust to Jegs electric cutout. Nitto NT555R Extreme Drag Radial 275/40R17
I get #8 with a tiny snap-on 1/4" ratchet, a 1/4" to 3/8" adapter, and then a standardplug socket on the end. It is blind but I am pretty good at it after doing it a few dozen times. I always pull off the coilpacks too to make it easier to get my hands in there.
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99Z28 - firstname.lastname@example.org. 403 L76/L92 with street tires and launching with the traction control.