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MAZDA 6 I GG GY Spark plugs - okay to change only the front 3

So I have 110K miles on my 2003 3.0L V6 mazda 6. I&39m sure the spark plugs need replacing (engine stutters a bit at times) so I have 2 options 1) Change out the front 3 myself 2) Pay someone to do all 6 Would it be a bad idea to change out only the front 3 Would it actually help the stuttering or would it only cause more of a problem in the long term I know the dealer could do all 6 (at a hefty price)

QUOTE (mdmazda04 Nov 23 2009 0555 PM) Quote I replaced all the plugs this weekend and it went well. It took several hours but that&39s because I went slow and took my time. The hardest part for me was pulling two of the hoses off. They were really stuck on but that&39s probably because my car is 5 years old. Also the small black plastic wire guide box on the right side was a pain to get off. I ended

MAZDA 6 I GG GY 6i tuning

I have trouble with the 6i MTX when cold. It starts out gutless but then kicks in at about 3200 rpm until warm. Anybody else have this problem I&39ve been looking for aftermarket tuners. Any suggestions. Thanks

Quote Originally posted by uofmgriz Nov 13 2004 0956 AM I have trouble with the 6i MTX when cold. It starts out gutless but then kicks in at about 3200 rpm until warm. Anybody else have this problem I&39ve been looking for aftermarket tuners. Any suggestions. Thanks [snapback]323779[snapback] What are you doing flogging the car around when its cold This thread is actually quite funny. The reason the

VOLKSWAGEN PASSAT B5 Can I eliminate my PCV system

So after getting frustrated with my PCV system over the past 12 months Ive given up tinkering with it. But a few months ago I was under the hood of my wifes mazda 323 and I noticed something which got me thinking. The mazda runs a pipe straight out of the valve cover into the intake... See these two examples below httpfcOnTheWeb.comimagehostinge3BHGyg.jpg httpfcOnTheWeb.comimagehostingbrvWTPY.jpg In

NISSAN 99 frontier with too much power loss

Well I have a 99 fronty with the V6. Its got a little under 120000 miles and the timing belt hasnt been changed yet. After about 3200rpms Im losing a significant amount of power recently. Im wondering if the timing chain might be stretching enough from its age that the timing might be off a little or if maybe its possibly a clogged cat that may be causing it. It started doing this in the last couple

On a wild tangent you could also be suffering from a bent crank shaft. It would def. effect power output. I dealt with this on my mazda 323 GTX back in the late 80s. Messed with everything....mass air flow sensor cat spark plugs air filter...even looked at the turbine cartridge to ensure the seal was still intact. Did a compression test and low and behold the readings were way off. Later after being

my primaries and had to replace them. also the timing belt IS a major point of power loss. When i changed mine 115k miles i didnt have to loosen anything i could just slip the belt on and off. the new one was MUCH TIGHTER good luck Quote Originally Posted by 4drz On a wild tangent you could also be suffering from a bent crank shaft. It would def. effect power output. I dealt with this on my mazda

BMW SERIES 3 E46 325 ci not as peppy as gs300

My New (to me) 325 Ci is 7 years old but only has 34K miles on it but then it does not have the pick up I expected a 325 Ci to have. Am I expecting too much or is there something I could do to get the engine a little pep Has anyone ever added Restor to your engine I asked an indy shop to change spark plugs he told me it was not necessary because the plugs should be fine for 100K. Thanks

drastic but its enough that Ill usually have to add as much as a quart over the course of my usual 8000 mile change intervals and thats something I was never really concerned with when I had the older car. So theres my own worthless anecdote to pile onto the discussion. Torque under the curve to be more precise (acceleration is a function of torque). Hence why I almost kept up with my friends mazdaspeed

FIAT PUNTO II 188 188AX Turbo and Fiat punto II

HI Im new to this forum and kinda new to tuning. And Im wondering if and what kind of turbo could I install in my Fiat punto II 1.2 60hp Im not asking for some top notch turbos or anything just something basic cheap turbo that i could toy with (found some 2ndhand 80-300 euros but none states its for Fiat Punto it says its for Audi A3 Bmw 320ish or some VW). If any1 has some recomendations links to

ratio it is done by making more room in the cylinder usually by shallower pistons. Turbo s generate more heat so harder valves etc are required. more forcepressure is placed so the pistons and rods are usually stronger Better engine cooling is required as the turbo heats the oil etc. more lubrication is often used. The only engines I know of which can be turbo d without internal mods are mazda

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