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Hey guys so im getting some parts together to do a tune up and im doing research on spark plug options and i cant seem to find a specific one to go with that isn't bookoo bucks 

Any help is appreciated

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If stock ngk bcpr6es

if runnning more boost bcpr7es 

cheap as and well proven. You need to improve your google game as this is no secret 

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Bcpr6es-11 for stock or mildly modded.
Bcpr7es for when you are pushing even more power. If you have strong enough spark you can go the -11 option.

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3 hours ago, Dobz said:

Bcpr6es-11 for stock or mildly modded.
Bcpr7es for when you are pushing even more power. If you have strong enough spark you can go the -11 option.

get it without the -11, means it's gapped to 0.8mm already

BCPR6ES or BCPRE7ES

avoid gay -11

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I have -11, with Yellowjacket coils hahahaha
but my car has standard turbos/ECU/boost

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43 minutes ago, niZmO_Man said:

I have -11, with Yellowjacket coils hahahaha
but my car has standard turbos/ECU/boost

Buy my GT-R rotors, brand new DBA T3 Slotted (F&R)

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BKR5E

Taken out after every 10k km put through the spark plug cleaner and back in again.

Same set of plugs for 10 years now  ( and now I wait for the flaming to begin ) !

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On 8/10/2018 at 11:36 AM, PLYNX said:

BKR5E

Taken out after every 10k km put through the spark plug cleaner and back in again.

Same set of plugs for 10 years now  ( and now I wait for the flaming to begin ) !

Classic. A set of Iridiums would last you 3 lifetimes. 😂

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Well of coarse ! 380K km on the engine IS three life times of major services with a fourth on the horizion.

So tell me please the difference between iridiums is . . . . . .

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It's good, you're helping the environment as well.

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