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SpectraMBlueGTS
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SpectraMBlueGTS Oct 30, 7:09pm - #7518 
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when do you change spark plugs

i think we dont have to change them til you hit the 100k mark because they are iridium. i may be wrong. and im new at this distributorless and timechain setup. how do you tune up your car like you did when i had the distributor and timeing belt.
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tony
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tony Oct 30, 9:22pm - #7519 

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Dealers recommend change every 90K.

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nuclear_black
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nuclear_black Nov 5, 9:43pm - #7520 
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as far as i know the spark plug change comes around 100k because of the type of spark plug.

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it really depends on how hard you are on your car and what type of fuel you use. all that has an effect on the plugs. i myself will probs change it around 60k, but i'd do an inspection first.
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