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Originally posted by TimT
German Precison did my twin plug (well Ted did a few twin plug machinings for me) conversion..

Ted is a stand up guy, and $350 seems like a good deal...
Ted did mine as well. $350 was in addition to the top end work he did. The total, parts and labor for the top end work, with new springs/guides/seals and twin plug conversion came to ~$1450.

Ted's number is (408) 747-0728

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Originally posted by 125shifter
I've been staring at pics in books and it looks like some of the 2nd plug holes are at a different angle from the original. Does anyone have a twin plug head laying around that could take a visual check of how the second hole looks compared to the first?
The plugs are offset. The top set is angled in from the right, the lower set from the left. Here are the heads:



And here is a good shot showing how the plug wires line up.



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