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calais_crofts

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hey guys just wondering what are the best brand for quality and preformance of spark plugs and leads to suit a v6 out of a 2001 VX Calais S2 .. Quick answers are the best answers.. Thanks William:hmmm:
 

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why that brand? why are they so special ? if i buy autolite plugs should i get the same brand in leads? thanks william
 

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For a standard motor, go to supercheap look up the NGK part number to suit the ecotec and use them. For the cost you wont notice a difference over the fancy ****. Good set of leads is worthwhile though.
 

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Unless you run stupidly high compression or forced induction, any plug will do. I only really use NGK or Champion. Never had a good run with Bosch plugs so I steer clear of them. Leads are leads are leads though, get what you can afford really.
 

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On my Vx i only use NGK. Even at work we recommend NGK to Customers and no complaints.

NGK make Iridium Plugs that last 60,000Ks compared to the standard ones that last between 20,000-40,000Ks
 

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Unless you run stupidly high compression or forced induction, any plug will do. I only really use NGK or Champion. Never had a good run with Bosch plugs so I steer clear of them. Leads are leads are leads though, get what you can afford really.
Only reason I get 10mm leads is because they don't tend to snap when I pull them off.
I'm a rough bastard with my own cars though.
 
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