The way the wire in the this case looked it was just used to keep from losing the dust cap if it came off. To keep the actual Ronin plug in wouldn't you want to wire two sides and run the wires towards the front of the pan somewhere to try and keep pressure to push the plug into the pan. Am I thinking about this wrong?Odd. I would have guessed that it loosened from vibration, but that can't be the cast with the wire in place. First time I've heard of such a thing with this plug.
Yeah, I've been concerned about the Ronin on my PP2 so I bought an extra factory plug to take to the track with me. I think I'm done for this year but when I put the winter storage oil in it I think I might switch it back to a factory plug. Is the Ronin tough to take out?I’m curious also, but the way I choose to look at it now is: If the car shoots a ronin plug out on track again and it fry’s the motor, then I’m buying a new motor. If it’s a factory plug, fords buying me a new motor. For this reason alone, I’ll stay with the factory plug.