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momo168
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momo168 Sep 5, 6:03pm - #267115 
2000 Silver Toyota Celica
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denso spark plug vs Bosch +2 +4

do you ppl thinks denso SP is more for the celica or bosch +2/+4 is more for the celica?

i hear from my friend said, bosch is more better for the BMW and benz, and NGK / denso is more better for the japs

which one should i use for the 2000 GTS

thanks...
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initial_D Sep 5, 10:48pm - #267116 

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i think the gts came stock with denso iridiums
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celicafourotwo Sep 5, 11:26pm - #267117 

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^^it does..don't use bosch, one guy in here made the mistake of using bosch and his car barely run..he had to change back to Denso..i think our car were made to run on Denso, some peep put NGK on and it's ok too..but don't put anything else beside Denso..stay away from bosch.

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Whenever my car is at a full stop or even in park the RPM never sits on 0. what does this mean?
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RookieGTS Sep 5, 11:30pm - #267118 

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Yeah i would pretty much stick to stock spark plugs for your motor.
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momo168
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momo168 Sep 6, 1:33am - #267119 
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yup, it came with denso plugs, and i was thinking to install better plugs for it.

thanks... this info helped a lot...
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