i dont know if this question belongs in our new section so i'll give it a shot. could a plug that is too cold give a problem starting on a cold day? i have autolite 3923's in my car with a vortech, victor jrs, 50lb squirters, and this thing just doesn't want to start when its cold out, and not even that cold, maybe 30 degrees or so. i crank it and it instantly loads up, plugs soaked in gas, wont idle, the whole deal. the car has a brand new chip in it, tuned with superchips software. my 80mm maf sensor was just recalibrated by the new professional mass air systems, formerly pro-m. they said the electronics were good and it just needed a recal. this is very discouraging as i'm convinced my car just doesn't like the cold. it never sees rain or now and i know our cars are more adapted to nice sunny spring and summer days but i feel like my motor needs to take advantage of this cold crisp air. anybody have any thoughts?