plugs looks to lean of a condition and your heat range is off.... Tech from a mopar article...To read the plug and know if you have the right heat range, look at the difference in color of the strap. If the color change is too close to the strap's end (above the center electrode), the heat range is too cold. This means the heat is being absorbed too quickly into the base ring and is not able to burn off carbon deposits effectively. If the color of the strap changes too close to where it is attached to the base ring (the last thread ring), that means the plug's heat range is too hot. This means heat is not being transferred from the strap to the base ring quickly enough. A proper heat range will be shown by the different coloration actually occurring at half the distance of the ground strap.
I have a list again now that my shop is cleared up.Hemi oilpan3/8ths fuel linetighten headlinerinstall my 70 valve covers that Drew gave to me Thanks a bunch Drew
With the weather changing I was forced to get some primer put on my car. I spent the last couple of weekends getting the final prep done and then got a couple of coats of epoxy primmer folowed by a couple of coats of high build. Now let the fun begin!
I put the TTI's on yesterday, drove it a mile with open headers to the guy doing my exhaust.