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post #1 of (permalink) Old 11-12-2000, 10:40 AM
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NGK?

I see a lot of u guys running NGK sparkplugs, haven't seen any over here. Are they really that good. How much?

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post #2 of (permalink) Old 11-12-2000, 11:14 AM
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Re: NGK?

In Germany you only find Bosch hahahaha, try the Platinums.... anything else is gonna cost you DM 1.400 hahahaahahahah

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Bosch Platinums are real OK, but if you want to run NGK have a look at Stahlgruber´s or ATU. You should get`em there. I´m currently running the OEM´s but I´ll change to the Platinums at the next service. They will be around 15DM each....

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post #4 of (permalink) Old 11-12-2000, 11:59 AM
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Re: NGK?

Yeah, i currently am running the platinums now. Didn't have to change the wires then. Would u recommend staying with the Nissan wires or is there something better. (I tryed a universal set of Accels once but they wouldn't fit for nothing, had to take them back.)

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Re: NGK?

Well, I think as long as you don´t have any problems with´em stay with the OEM´s. I had the Accels installed with an Accel SuperCoil in a Camaro once and they worked fine there, but the whole Engine was highly modified including a NOS-Nitrous Oxide System (0-100 km/h < 5 sec.).
Be sure to check them regularly, cause we have a european phenomenon here called "Marder". A Mongoose slippin´ in the Engine Compartments of cars and biting all rubber parts and wiring especially Ignition wires. In Fall they´re very active at nights, cost me few hundred Bucks the last years.

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Well, u think the polizei would mind if i chained my dog up to the front bumper at night. lol

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