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Ric Silveira

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Thanks for info on spark plugs.

Now UPDATE!

Installed new iridium NGK DR8EIX comes pregapped in my 2021 coleman outfitter  400 also pour in gas  tank 8 0z of Seafome

Let me tell you all, 100 % difference found improvement in throttle response, idle, overall performance  incredible. 

Everyone should do this im so so happy with the outcome 

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