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Denso Iridium Power Plug One Step Colder IK22
Subaru WRX 2002-2005
Features & Product Details
RallySport Direct proudly carries a great variety of Denso Spark Plugs to keep the maintenance up on your vehicle, or to accommodate certain modifications you may have performed.
Here, you are looking at the Denso Iridium Spark Plug. This spark plug features patented Iridium alloys that are combined with the latest in spark plug technology to provide your vehicle with optimal performance and long life.
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Initially the plugs are pre-gapped to .031" or .032".. first cold start up the motor Idles at 1500 rpm then few seconds later its drops to 1100 and the motor is giving off a weird idle sound.. like its misfiring but without and any error code. First drive the car jerks at low speed hesitates during acceleration at high speed totally feel a lost of power. After few days pull them out and gapped the plugs at .029" the problem became worse its jerking so bad its like driving a wild horse. after a week took them out and install back my used NKG one step colder heat range plugs...its back to normal car runs smoother. I know this sparkplugs are good since its Denso but I guess its not for my application. I have a high compression hybrid motor with 1000c injectors, turbo arms M8265 with AEM fuel regulator.. btw. my coilpacks are brand new 6 months old.
It works good for my 03 subaru wrx that i have a catles down pipe and up pipe good stuff for sure
Thanks again RSD, fast service, the only store I can depend on.
Nice item and shipping to France very fast!!!
QUESTIONS & ANSWERS
Q: Quick Question datsunclassic9 years agodo these spark plugs need to be gapped to .030?
1 people found the
following answer helpful
A: These plugs come pregapped at .032 which we would recommend leaving them at for most setups.Tanner S. @ RallySport Direct 9 years ago
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