[Biturbos4] Spark Plug Recommendations

Keman keman at interwolf.net
Sun May 21 10:43:34 EDT 2006

The thing that's rather shocking is how often you have to replace them. 
They're double platinum, but the dealers will change em out every 20-25k 
miles to get rid of misfires, and they don't exactly have a reputation for 
doing things needlessly.

Recently I heard some more light shed on the super expensive iridium plugs. 
The opinion was that they can handle the high heat from turbo engines that 
platinum plugs can't, and as such last 100k miles. I have no idea on the 
credibility of this idea, anyone else?

- Keman

----- Original Message ----- 
From: "Wilson Northrup" <northrup at crazybug.com>
To: "The Corbs" <c.corbishley at comcast.net>
Cc: <biturbos4 at www.audifans.com>
Sent: Saturday, May 20, 2006 11:30 PM
Subject: Re: [Biturbos4] Spark Plug Recommendations

> for stock, the popular response is to use the  stock plug. Shop around a
> bit, some dealers really  charge quite a bit for this plug.  The one from
> the dealer has the Audi/VW  logo on it, but you can get the same plug from
> an aftermkarket dealer. Model NGK PFR6Q.  My dealer wants $18 each (wtf?)
> i talked them down to $11ea.
> chipped? some say to use: BOSCH F5DP0R.
> FWIW, I'm running APR+K04s with stock plugs, but I'm pretty mild with the
> S4. It's my daily and I get 22-25mpg according to the dash display.   I've
> had thse in for about 12K with no misfires detected according to VAG-COM.
> wilson
> 00 s4 biturbo
> 94 rx7 twinturbo
> On Sat, 20 May 2006, The Corbs wrote:
>> Any preferences folks?
>> Thanks 

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