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NGK Iridium Spark Plugs Stock Heat Range 6418 ( Part Number:NGK BKR6EIX-GRP)

NGK Iridium Spark Plugs Stock Heat Range 6418 - Subaru WRX 2002-2005

MODEL # NGK BKR6EIX-GRP
Manufacturer Part # BKR6EIX-GRP

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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.

Stock Number 6418
Heat Range: 6
Plug Gap: .030

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Specifications


Brand: NGK
Heat Range: 6
Plug Gap: .030
Stock Number: 6418

Mfgr. Warranty: 60 Days
Condition: New Product
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RallySportDirect.com Reviews:

They're spark plugs :)
Ryst 3 years ago
Worked great on my 2004 WRX. Pre gapped property. Running full Stage 2 mods.
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Great plugs
Tmanjustice49570 4 years ago
I have used these on my 02 WRX for over 10k miles now. They make everything run a lot more smoothly, especially compared to the stock ones. All in all, good plug!
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  • Q: Stock WRX  Stone 4 months ago

    Answer

    Will these work for a stock '05 Subaru Impreza WRX? The only things modified were the exhaust, blow off valve, and cold air intake.


    • A: Yes, This will work for your set up.


      Luis L. 4 months ago
  • Q: Gap  BugeyeWagonLV 6 months ago

    Answer

    We are building a EJ25 with EJ20 heads and were curious as to the gap we should be using when installing these plugs since its a larger combustion chamber?


    • A: For that you will want to consult NGK or an engine builder directly. We cannot confirm fitment or sizing on gap on "Frankenstein/Hybrid builds".


      Tyler A. 6 months ago
  • Q: E85  majortwinsfan14630 2 years ago

    Answer

    I have a 2005 Subaru wry that I recently converted to e85. Just wondering if I should be using stock plugs?


    • A: These are likely not required but that is a better question for your tuner and we cannot confirm.


      Nick S. 2 years ago
  • Q: Strange Ticking Noise after installing NGK Iridium Spark Plugs Stock Heat Range 6418  nick46allard92549 3 years ago

    Answer

    Hi I recently installed the NGK Iridium Spark Plugs Stock Heat Range 6418 plugs. I drove the car for a little while and began to hear a ticking noise whenever I would slow my roll - when at idle or driving slowly I hear it, as my car is quite loud. My 2002 WRX didn't have dead plugs but they were old so I thought what the heck, I'll replace them. Now I'm hearing a ticking noise, not sure if I'm just hypersensitive to normal sounds or if there's something actually wrong here...


    • A: If you are hearing a ticking sound after replacing spark plugs, then we recommend removing and inspecting the plugs. It is possible that the ceramic part has a crack and the spark is grounding to the inside of the head before it makes its way down to the electrode.


      Zach G. 3 years ago