I know, I saw the other ones. Just not in a thread hijacking kind of mood though. Pulled my plugs yesterday, found the dielectric grease I had used in the wire boots was toasted. Sign of high heat correct? Cleaned that up and moved on to the plugs- each of them had gasoline on them and could smell it. Sign of not enough heat? I can't even comment on the gapping of the plugs, couldn't find either of the two plug gappers I had, looks like I'll be stopping by the parts store for a new one. Dang! I've been pushing the engine a bit as of lately, so I'd like to think that is why the plugs were looking as they did. Should I let this go as circumstances or should I be worried about whats going on internally? Should I look into higher temp spark plugs? Also curious about something I read where if you loosen the bolt just below the distributor and twist the distributor, and then retighten that bolt, it will result in a hotter spark. Is this true? Also noticed a small amount of something, most likely oil sitting in the bottom of the throttle body/intake manifold area, not a whole lot, but some. Is this most likely just an accumulation of oil making it past the PCV nipple and back down into the intake? Any insights greatly appreciated!