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Old 06-01-2010, 12:33 PM   #1
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Default Which of these NGK Iridium one-step colder plugs should I buy?

I found the part number BKR7EIX for the NGK Iridium One-step colder plugs... but then I see two variations: #2667 and #6988... I checked NGK's website but they don't list the one-step colder for the WRX.

Which is the one I need?
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Old 06-01-2010, 12:54 PM   #2
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#2667 is the correct one colder Iridium.

The 2667 is a BKR7EIX, the 6988 is a BKR7EIX-11.

The 2667 comes with a gap of .030, the 6988 comes with a gap of .044 (1.1mm)

Don't try to gap them!!!! lol
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Posting in the right forum OR reading the sticky threads will net you the answer.
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