NGK Iridium Spark Plugs One Step Colder 2667

Part #: NGK BKR7EIX-GRP
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MSRP: $73.24


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NGK Iridium Spark Plug One Step Colder 2667 Instock
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Brand: NGK
Heat Range: 7
Plug Gap: .030
Stock Number: 2667
Mfgr. Warranty: 60 Days
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Subaru Impreza
Saab 9-2X
Aero 2005

NGK Iridium IX Spark Plugs are designed specifically for the performance enthusiast. Iridium IX offers extreme ignitability, improved throttle response and superior anti fouling.

The fine Iridium tip ensures high durability and a consistently stable spark. Iridium alloy has extremely high melting point, perfect for today's high-tech, high-performance engines. Trivalent Metal Plating - superior anti-corrosion and anti-seizing properties. Outstanding acceleration, high fuel efficiency and durability. Ultimate design, technology and performance.

The NGK BKR7EIX will fit the 2002-2005 Subaru WRX 2.0L. These are one step colder plugs and are recommended for higher horsepower applications. A higher heat range number does not improve engine performance, it increases the plugs ability to dissipate heat.

Stock Number 2667
Heat Range: 7
Plug Gap: .030
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REVIEWS ( 2 )

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Spark Plug Upgrade
cjbiggs 9 months ago
So far so good. Swapped out the stock sparkies for one step colder plugs.

Worth it!
theoneyousee2318093 2 years ago
I started using these plugs on the orders of my mechanic haha. My car idles better and runs smoother since installing these and I currently run a VF39 w/pink injectors and 255 fuel pump on an 04 WRX.
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QUESTIONS & ANSWERS (6)

  • AnswerQ: 2003 stock wrx with Cobb catback   Fromctoz21553 3 months ago

    Would you recommend these plugs over the stock ones, if all I have is a Cobb catback as far as performance upgrade?


    • A: The general rule of thumb with spark plugs is for every +100HP over stock, you will want 1 Step Colder spark plug. So if your car was making around 350WHP, then 1 Step colder plugs would be wanted.


      Brady R 2 months ago


  • AnswerQ: Spark plug Gap  Kevin 4 months ago

    Do these plugs come prepared gapped or will I need to adjust them myself?


    • A: These plugs are pre-gapped, and we recommend double checking the gap before installation.


      Zach G. 3 months ago


  • AnswerQ: 2001 JDM STi  Josh49 1 year ago

    Will these fit my jdm 2001 STi?


    • A: We can not guarantee fitment on JDM cars.


      Spencer H. 1 year ago


  • AnswerQ: Spark plugs  subaruwrx91 2 years ago

    Would these fit on an 02 WRX??


    • A: These spark plugs are confirmed to fit a 2002 WRX.


      Zach G. 2 years ago


  • AnswerQ: Would I benefit from these?  zachattatch 3 years ago

    Hello, I have an '02 WRX wagon with a built EJ257 block, 2.0L heads, TGV deletes, VF34 @ 22psi, full exhaust, lightweight flywheel, and others. I stumbled upon these plugs today and I want to know if I would benefit from them?


    • A: The general rule of thumb is that for every 100whp you want to go down a step colder in plugs. This is a very broad rule and is not always the case, it is best to consult your tuner and see what they recommend.


      Nick S. 3 years ago


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