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i'm getting all the bits n bobs i need for my cars 1st uk service in 3years :eek:
( the guy i got it off only did 3000 mile in 3 years )

i'm sorting out plugs, now i was going to get denso 1k20's but as i can get a good deal on some stuff,
i can get HKS plugs ( that i'm told are denso anyway )

what rating HKS plug do i need ?
they are heat rated 6 / 7 / 8

i'm guessing as i dont intend on much engine tuning i'll be ok with heat rating 6 or 7 maybe ?

Come on guys help a girl in need :D
 

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7 will be ok for u really if ur not a hard driver ive got some NGK level 8 cuz i drive hard a lot hehe :D
 

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I'm going to change my plugs to.
I'll upp the boost to 0.8bar with full 3" exhaust, pod, FMIC and yaddeliyada. Is it 8's for me?
 

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yeh nicely is right depends how hard u really drive it....for track use i would say 8 would be better....
 

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Let's put it this way: none of the Euro drivers with JDM S15s should need to use 8s until they've had their ECUs remapped - track or no track. Colder sparks aren't going to stop your engine detting. :)
 
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