NGK Iridium Spark Plugs One Step Colder 2667
Manufacturer Part # BKR7EIX-GRP
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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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Spark Plug Upgrade
cjbiggs 1 year ago
So far so good. Swapped out the stock sparkies for one step colder plugs.
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.
Q: 2003 stock wrx with Cobb catback Fromctoz21553 8 months agoAnswer
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 8 months ago
Q: Spark plug Gap Kevin 9 months agoAnswer
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. 9 months ago
Q: 2001 JDM STi Josh49 2 years agoAnswer
Will these fit my jdm 2001 STi?
A: We can not guarantee fitment on JDM cars.
guest57853c642a8d25b5018c44a7 2 years ago
Q: Spark plugs subaruwrx91 3 years agoAnswer
Would these fit on an 02 WRX??
A: These spark plugs are confirmed to fit a 2002 WRX.
Zach G. 3 years ago
Q: Would I benefit from these? zachattatch 3 years agoAnswer
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
A: For future reference to anyone else reading these: I have a 2002 WRX with a stage 2 off the shelf 93 octane tune. I spoke with Aaron or Erin at All Aspects in Chesapeake Virginia about this. They are the undisputed #1 tuner shop around especially for the WRX and STi and Cobb Accessport tuning. They told me that even with an off the shelf stage w tune, these 1 step colder plugs wod be a good idea. Not an emergency but that I should install these next time I do my plugs. So thats exactly what Ill be doing.
Jackstand Johnny 3 months ago