yeah your right changing plugs on your w body isnt hard .... and if i hadnt cut my inside fender walls it would be hard on the 6th gen lmao..... idk if u have ever tried to change some on the b bodys .... go volunteer your time for the community on the 1st and the 15th while those porr b body owners are lined up ...... youll help them save gas !!!!! lmao+1 for Autolites! theyre only like ~$1-2/plug, who cares if you have to replace them every other oil change, theyre cheap enough to do so, and its ot like changing plugs is hard to do
now that i cant tell u..... but my girlfriends mom ah s a lt1 f body that has been sitting for around 1 year or so and barely get driven .... anyways i hope to one day buy it ( only cus its an lt1 ) an add to my collectioncant be anyworse the the LT1 Fbodies can it?
Not faster than any mechanic, of course a lift/hoist helps. So do the right tools, after my 1000th spark plug change I got the right tools and now it takes very little time.....But I will tell you this, the LT1 F-body is a bitch but the LS1 F-body is a bigger bitch, it has individual coil packs so it should be easier but the clearance on the passenger side is way worse then the LT1.now that i cant tell u..... but my girlfriends mom ah s a lt1 f body that has been sitting for around 1 year or so and barely get driven .... anyways i hope to one day buy it ( only cus its an lt1 ) an add to my collection
as for the sparks plugs ill answer ur question when i own one
but like i said the owners b4 fixed that problem w/ some tin cutters i believe to the inner fender.... doesnt bother me made my first lt1 spark plug cahnge go smooth less than 1 hour / faster than any mechanic