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Whoops, missed that part - I've recently installed "dr8eix", but will replace them with resistor-less ones when I replace my o-rings on the coolant lines and clean out the caps and drain holes.
 

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Can I use the denso iridium spark plugs with the NGK plug boots wire set from ebay (the one with red wires)? Will the engine run better?
 

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Hey paul,
I did a fair amount of research to dumb down some highly technical stuff for human consumption. You come along and plop a giant bag of promotional **** on top and walk away, What are you trying to say?
2 how too stickies are supposed to be informative, not a dump for all kinds of opinion. I you have something to add say it.

A little annoyed FOG
 

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Sad that you are annoyed (not really, this is not an apology) at an attempt to give some info. Promotional or not, as far as I am concerned it is information to digest as you see fit.

Adding --- I don't know a lot about spark plug performance or what is best, I do understand some of the principles theory for what should be best. Based on that, I tried iridium and performance seems better.

I happened to see the old ones in the new box in my work bench drawer.

Old OEM was a DENSO X276SR-U and New I put in is NGK DR9EIX (All, I know is things seem better).
 

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I also used the NGK Iridium and liked them. Out of laziness because they last longer, Ive done that to most of my vehicles!
 

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Not necessarilly, unless you old system was at fault, but they might last a bit longer.

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