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    20XE, took the plugs out to find they were all white at the ends. Now i know that must mean its either running lean or rich, but i dunno which one lmao Car runs slightly hot at 90-94degrees (hoping to fit a nice big external oil cooler) and it does drink a lot of juice (bought 120-140 miles on motorway for 15 nuggets).

    Obviously im going to change the plugs anyway, but can anyone suggest a particular plug thats good for the XE (Pretty standard) and doesn't cost the earth.

    Cheers

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    Think that means it's running lean. Get some NGK V-groove plugs. Can't fault them.

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    yup get some NGKs mate cant fault em,i run em in me LET and had no probs

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    I went for standard Vx ones. They have two nodes at the top, rather than one like most cheap ones. They were reccommended to me. No problems with them, not that you would get any.
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    Quote Originally Posted by MattJ
    Think that means it's running lean. Get some NGK V-groove plugs. Can't fault them.
    If its running lean, how do i go about getting more fuel in?

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