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Old 09-04-2006, 02:15 AM   #1
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Default Good Replacement For Bonneville Spark Plugs

I have been told from many of my friends that it is good to change the spark plugs when you buy it used because you never know if the owner took care of the car.

However , i am not sure which ones are the best economical ones or problem free...

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Please put your car'* year and trim level in your signature.

And welcome to Bonneville club.
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sorry about that
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NGK TR-55'* are always a good choice,,welcome
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Hmmm we still don't know what you drive.

It all depends on how much you want to spend and how often you plan on changing them.

For example.. the TR55 NGK'* suggested are a good low cost copper plug. You'll need to change them about once every year or two.

NGK Iridium X plugs are more costly..but you don't need to change them as often.
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To be honest i want the best i just want my car to run efficently, since i was told that it can save on gas. but i like to maintain my cars to tip top shape the best to my knowledge.
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sorry didnt press submit lol for the car model
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No problem on the car. We covered it for you.

All depends on how much you'd like to pay and how long you'd like them to last.
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Hmmm we still don't know what you drive.

It all depends on how much you want to spend and how often you plan on changing them.

For example.. the TR55 NGK'* suggested are a good low cost copper plug. You'll need to change them about once every year or two.

NGK Iridium X plugs are more costly..but you don't need to change them as often.
I just changed to the "cheap" copper TR55 NGK and I had a night and day difference in performance. IMO they are the best for the money, and if they last 2 years, thats good enough for me........
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The larger red letters is kinda annoying, like you're shouting at us...

NGK TR-55 works beautifully in my 93. much
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