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Old 12-03-2014, 09:56 AM
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NGK Spark Plugs

Hello Fellas!

In the next couple of weeks I will be changing out the spark plugs and I can't seem to find any part numbers.

My plan is to find the best spark plugs and swap them out, I am leaning towards NGK however I can't find the ones that I need.

I have an X5 e70 2011 LCI 35i, can someone please point me in the right direction.

According to Amazon only Denso and Bosch fit my year and model. I went to the NGK website and they don't list any spark plugs. Is this correct?

Thanks fellas!
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Old 12-03-2014, 11:21 AM
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Nevermind fellas!

So after doing extensive research Bosch and Denso are the only brands that make spark plugs for my year and make. I read on e90post that Denso's were terrible and he had to change them out immediately do to really bad shuddering/sputtering.

I pulled the trigger and bought set of Bosch ZR5TPP33 from TurnerMotorsports and should have them installed very soon.

Will update with pics and review then!
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Old 01-20-2015, 02:48 AM
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Just put Denso's in my 2011 E70. First used the specified 0.040" gap and had misfires under load. Once I figured out the correct gap (0.025"), they run perfectly.
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Just put Denso's in my 2011 E70. First used the specified 0.040" gap and had misfires under load. Once I figured out the correct gap (0.025"), they run perfectly.
Yes,that happened to me too some time ago.Gap is so important!
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