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Euro Car Parts Bmw Spark Plugs Replacement

Euro car parts bmw spark plugs replacement Introducing the Iridium TT Spark Plug - featuring, at 0.4mm, the worlds smallest diameter centre electrode and a 0.7mm ground electrode. This improves the ability of the air and fuel mix to ignite and, in turn, allows the spark to expand faster and more......

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Euro car parts bmw spark plugs replacement

Introducing the Iridium TT Spark Plug - featuring, at 0.4mm, the worlds smallest diameter centre electrode and a 0.7mm ground electrode. This improves the ability of the air and fuel mix to ignite and, in turn, allows the spark to expand faster and more strongly, optimizing both fuel economy and performance.This aftermarket range makes advanced quality technology available to a wider range of vehicles at an affordable cost. It offers 3 times the lifetime of a Nickel plug and delivers better fuel economy and all-round optimum vehicle performance.

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Product features of euro car parts bmw spark plugs replacement:

* Improved ignitability leads to less combustion fluctuation, resulting in less fuel consumption and significantly reduced CO, CO2 and HC emissions.

* Two ultra-fine, highly durable 0.4mm iridium centre and 0.7mm platinum ground electrodes.

* Improved performance of up to 20% compared with traditional Nickel plugs.

* Lifespan of 120,000km.

* Fuel Savings.


Specifications of euro car parts bmw spark plugs replacement:

*Ø: 14 mm

Spanner size: 16

Tightening Torque: 22 Nm

Weight: 43 g

Spark Plug: 1 - Earthed Electrode

Thread Measurement 1: 19

 

Detailed drawing of euro car parts bmw spark plugs replacement:

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Cross reference for euro car parts bmw spark plugs replacement:

Manufacturer

Number

Manufacturer

Number

NGK

BKR6EIXLPG

NGK

LPG Laser   Line 6

NGK

LL6

NGK

LPG1

NGK

LL1

NGK

LPG Laser   Line 1

NGK

LPG6



 

OE number of this euro car parts bmw spark plugs replacement:

ALFA ROMEO (60569957)

BMW (0032134)

BMW (0032135)

BMW (12 12 0 032 134)

BMW (12 12 0 032 135)

BMW (12 12 2 158 252)

BMW (12127526799)

BMW (2 158 252)

BMW (7526799)

CHEVROLET (96307562)

CHRYSLER (5098168AA)

CHRYSLER (5269556)

CHRYSLER (MS851571)

CHRYSLER (MS851622)

DAIHATSU (9004151170)

DAIHATSU (9004851154A)

DAIHATSU (9004851166)

DAIHATSU (9004851167)

DAIHATSU (9004851170)

DAIHATSU (9004851172)

DAIHATSU (9004851172000)

DAIHATSU (9004851173000)

DAIHATSU (9004851178)

DAIHATSU (9004851182)

DAIHATSU (9004851183)

DAIHATSU (9004851184)

DAIHATSU (9004851186)

DAIHATSU (9004861169)

DAIHATSU (9004861170)

DAIHATSU (99906910X9007)

DAIHATSU (99906910X9020)

DAIHATSU (99906910X9034)

DAIHATSU (99906910X9035)

DAIHATSU (NDIK20)

DAIHATSU (NDIK20A)

DAIHATSU (NDVK20)

DAIHATSU (NDVK20A)

FIAT (46475164)

FIAT (60579903)

FIAT (60810689)

FIAT (71711638)

FIAT (71741910)

FIAT (71750223)

FIAT (7565853)

FIAT (7683358)

FIAT (7760383)

FORD (1000996)

FORD (1011256)

FORD (1023706)

FORD (1 032 705)


Applicable models of euro car parts bmw spark plugs replacement:

ACURA

1992-2009

ALFA ROMEO

1994-1995

AUDI

1990-2014

BMW

1991-2010

CADILLAC

1997-2014

CHEVROLET

1993-2015

CHRYSLER

1995-2006

DAEWOO

1999-2002

DAIHATSU

1989-1992

DODGE

1991-2011

EAGLE

1994-1998

FORD

1989-1997

GEO

1990-1994

HONDA

1992-2013

HYUNDAI

1993-1995

INFINITI

1994-1996

ISUZU

1989-1996

JAGUAR

1990-1997

JEEP

2002-2012

KIA

1995-2005

LEXUS

1990-2012

LOTUS

1997-2001

MAZDA

1990-2003

MERCEDES-BENZ

1999-2014

MINI

2002-2008

MITSUBISHI

1990-2015

NISSAN

1992-2004

PLYMOUTH

1995-2001

PONTIAC

2003-2010

PORSCHE

1993-2011

RAM

2011-2012

SAAB

1986-2011

SATURN

2001-2007

SCION

2005-2011

SUBARU

1990-2012

SUZUKI

1992-2008

TOYOTA

1990-2012

VOLKSWAGEN

1992-2014

VOLVO

1992-2011


Why is quality so important for spark plugs?

Platinum Spark Plugs – Platinum is the opposite of copper.  Worst performance, but best longevity.  These spark plugs also operate at a lower temperature, and last much longer than or copper 

Double Platinum Spark Plugs – Double platinum spark plugs are amped up versions of the regular, single plated, platinum spark plugs, but have an even longer life span, and improved performance over iridium and regular platinum spark plugs.  By far the longest lifespan, these plugs were specifically designed for “waste spark” distributor-based ignition systems.


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FAQ:

Q. WHAT ABOUT PLATINUM’S?

A. The author, at this time is not able to give a view on their merits, but they are fine for stock applications, I don't know how well they perform under the stresses of up rated boost/power.

Q.WHY DO YOU NEED TO GAP A PLUG?

A. First off, you must not attempt to re-gap an Iridium plug. Trying to do so will damage the plug's electrode. For copper plugs...too big a gap will create problems on boost, the spark is literally blown out by the air pressure before it has a chance to ignite the mixture, resulting in a misfire. A decent sized gap must always be maintained though as too small a gap will create problems at idle

and reduce the efficiency of the combustion process. Only adjust a gap by 0.1mm at a time and retest...if you go below 0.6mm and still have a miss-fire on boost I would suggest there is another problem not related to the spark plugs (unless you are not using a plug in the correct heat range).

Q. WHICH PLUG IS BEST?

A. An Iridium plain and simple. They are of superior construction, are more durable, spark better. This is according to the Denso and NGK blurb. Scare stories about Iridium’s causing detonation are not accurate. What is correct though is that unlike the copper plugs that melt and stop working, Iridium’s will continue working and detonation will destroy the next weakest point in the chain (pistons etc). However, one note of caution, in the past some people, have found that the ceramic insulator inside the tip of Denso made Iridiums has failed and sent a chunk of debris into the cylinder...and into the turbo causing damage. There have not been many cases and I believe most cases were in highly tuned vehicles but it is worth noting. In my opinion I believe that these failures have been linked to the mapping or tuning of the whole engine. If Denso had made a bad product, a) by now they would have fixed the issue, and b) they wouldn't risk their reputation on it and would stop selling them (Denso are a huge OEM parts manufacturer). I am happy that a properly tuned car running safe AFR's will run Denso or NGK Iridium's for a long time with no dangers. If you are in the process of tuning or are unsure if you are getting det then I recommend you stick with Copper plugs as these are cheaper to replace if you do suffer det and destroy the tips.

Q. HKS, TRD, BLITZ, GREDDY ETC ALL MAKE PLUGS TOO, SHOULDN'T I BUY THEM?

A. No. HKS and TRD are definitely Denso made Iridium’s. I would expect that the GReddy and Blitz one's are too...you are paying for a badge only, there is no difference between an £8 IK24 Denso Iridium and £11 HKS S40i. £3 per plug premium? No thanks!

Q. WHAT ABOUT OTHER MAKES, YOU'VE ONLY TALKED ABOUT NGK AND DENSO?

A. Denso are the OEM supplier to Toyota. They should be in a stock car anyway which is why their range specifically caters for the Supra. NGK are Japanese too and likewise have tried and tested plugs that are suitable for our use. Other makes such as champion, bosch etc may well produce something suitable...but it won't have been tested as much as the plugs I've recommended here. It's your engine, your choice.

Q. CAN WE READ PLUGS TO SEE IF WE'RE RUNNING LEAN ETC?

A. No you can't, not in an unleaded environment anyway. If you read the plugs all you will see is the evidence of it's last few seconds of use before switching off...so idle...which is closed loop and will be a perfect 14.7:1 afr unless your 02 sensor is up the swanny, but if it was the engine would not be smooth, it would be hunting for an idle and you'd know there was something wrong!

Q. WHAT TO USE WHEN MAPPING?

A. Use only copper plugs when mapping. Iridium plugs should be saved for an engine that is already mapped and tested on coppers. This is because the mapping process is fraught with danger and that danger is det. Detonation will ruin a copper plug, but the engine will be kept safe. An iridium plug is much more immune to det and other parts of the engine can suffer long before the plugs do. Stay safe and use copper plugs when mapping!

Q. WHAT ARE SPARK PLUGS? WHY BUY SPARK PLUGS?

A. Spark plugs create a spark in the combustion chamber of the engine, igniting the fuel and air mixture and getting the engine running. When you're running a higher horsepower motor, spark plugs play a big role. A colder heat range plug (which is what more aftermarket spark plugs are) has less insulation; it cools off faster between firing and the introduction of a fresh charge of the air/fuel mixture. A hot plug can ignite the air/fuel mixture before the plug actually fires. This is called pre-ignition, a form of detonation, and can destroy a motor. When upgrading the power of your vehicle, make sure to look into a colder range spark plug.

Q. DO SPARK PLUGS COME IN SETS OF 4?

A. Spark plugs are sold individually (unless otherwise noted) and should be replaced all at the same time.

Q. HOW DO YOU INSTALL SPARK PLUGS?

A. Spark plugs are installed by using a spark plug socket. Simply remove the spark plug wires and unbolt the plugs. Replace and gap the new plugs and you should be set.

Q. WHY DO WE HAVE TO BUY SPARK PLUGS?

A. First off, your engine won't run without spark plugs - it won't even turn on without them. So, in that sense, you have no choice but to use spark plugs. However, beyond that, the proper spark plugs can improve performance and fuel economy, especially if your current spark plugs have been in use for a while. Some people change their spark plugs at every oil change, some change them annually, and some go by a specified mileage interval. Whatever your preferred schedule, you should inspect the plugs as often as possible, especially if you are experiencing hesitation or missing, or after you have made modifications to your engine.


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