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Old 13 Dec 2010, 08:14 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Hi, i have fitted NGK iridium BKR8EIX spark plugs to my 2003 wrx on saturday. I'm pretty happy with them at the moment. I'll be glad to have some feedback from anyone who have used this spark plug in his scooby.Have a great day everyone..
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Old 14 Dec 2010, 07:25 AM   #2 (permalink)
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Hi again, sorry to bother but i just want to know if this is the proper spark plug for my 03 wrx. I searched a bit and find the code BKR6EIX for 03 wrx, but mine are BKR8EIX. It seems ok but i just want to be sure this is the corect one and no problem will occur. I will be delightfull if anyone can help
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NGK iridium plugs for "Impreza up to 2006"


NGK BKR6EIX STD HEAT RANGE
NGK BKR7EIX ONE GRADE COLDER
NGK BKR8EIX TWO GRADES COLDER

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NGK iridium plugs for "Impreza up to 2006"


NGK BKR6EIX STD HEAT RANGE
NGK BKR7EIX ONE GRADE COLDER
NGK BKR8EIX TWO GRADES COLDER

Thanks, so does it cause any problem for my car to use two grade colder?
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does it cause any problem for my car to use two grade colder?
No ... A 'cold' spark plug is designed to allow a faster transfer of heat to the cylinder thus preventing overheating and premature failure.
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No ... A 'cold' spark plug is designed to allow a faster transfer of heat to the cylinder thus preventing overheating and premature failure.
Thank you so much Pete, that really made my day much better!
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Thank you so much Pete, that really made my day much better!
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