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Bringing this one back from the dead as I'm in need of some advice.

I'm a 3.4L with 7.3:1 CR and Electromotive XDi twin plug ignition. I run on 93 octane pump gas and my car is not tracked, but is daily driven.

I'm currently running the NGK BP8ES (can't remember the gap). I like them 'cause they're cheap...considering I need 12 of them! I'm wondering, however, if this is the right plug - temperature wise - for my twin plug engine. I've noticed that it can be hard to start in the morning and I'm not sure if this is typical of inductive ignition or if it's the plugs. This of course considering that my CIS is all working properly. What do you guys think? Try a hotter or colder plug?
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