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Mar 17, 2:25am - #419074 
Good spark plugs?

Hi Everybody.
It's just about time for my Celica to change the spark plugs. Any recommendations?

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Mar 17, 2:26am - #419075 
NGK Iridium plugs. thumbsup

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Mar 17, 2:27am - #419076 
From...
Garage Articles & Guides >> ENGINE Installation Guides >> Spark Plugs - Info & How To Replace
https://www.celicahobby.com/ubbthreads/thread.f_1953421936_0_collapsed_2__1.html


Toyota recommends the following Iridium spark plugs...
Iridium plug, 14mm, 5/8" hex, gap 1.1mm (0.043")

1ZZ-FE (2000+ Celica GT)
DENSO - SK16R11
NGK - IFR5-T11

2ZZ-GE (2000+ Celica GTS)
DENSO - SK20R11
NGK - IFR6-T11

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Mar 17, 8:11am - #419077 
the toyota plugs say denso on them...but you can definately find cheaper denso iridiums from places other than the dealership.


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Mar 17, 8:40am - #419078 
Well if you dont wanna go with Denso IRIDIUM plugs, please, for the sake of your celica, stick to IRIDIUM plugs.


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Mar 17, 10:54am - #419079 
go with the OEM iridium! DENSO! grin

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Mar 17, 3:46pm - #419080 
denso iridiums thumbsup

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Mar 17, 11:14pm - #419081 
Hmm OK thanks.

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Mar 17, 11:43pm - #419082 
What about cabels? Any idea for a good shopping site?

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Mar 17, 11:45pm - #419083 
cables??? for what?

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Mar 17, 11:53pm - #419084 
the plugs re

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Mar 17, 11:56pm - #419085 
celi don't have cable for the spark plub


Originally Posted by pesho01
Question:
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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Mar 18, 12:29am - #419086 
I was jut looking for a nice on-line store, when i found much more choises that can fit my car, should i buy something better?

http://www.sparkplugs.com/results_app.asp?productTypeID=1&AAIA=1388774


I spot two choises:
1)
http://www.sparkplugs.com/more_info.asp?AAIA=1388774&pid=9671

2)
http://www.sparkplugs.com/more_info.asp?AAIA=1388774&pid=9367

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Mar 18, 2:35am - #419087 
are the ngk iridium plugs better that the oem denso iridium plugs?

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Mar 19, 1:21pm - #419088 
Well Denso are more expensive?

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Mar 19, 1:36pm - #419089 
what brand for a turboed celica? colder obviously just didn't know what type is the best, thanks!

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Mar 19, 3:05pm - #419090 
either plugs you will buy, Denso or NGK there going to cost you about 55 bucks.

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Mar 20, 9:07pm - #419091 
Denso or TRD Japan Iridium spark plugs thumbsup


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