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I went with iridium tips for that reason, apparently they last longer than other plugs at constant high heat, (so I've read). But if they don't, I'll just go with $5 plugs next time.
 

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I went with iridium tips for that reason, apparently they last longer than other plugs at constant high heat, (so I've read). But if they don't, I'll just go with $5 plugs next time.
The only spark plug you can use with the 1.4T is the NGK SIKR9A7 Laser Iridium. There are no cheaper plugs that are compatible with this engine. Well, there is a Denso plug that is supposed to be compatible, but everybody who has ever ordered it ended up having to order the NGKs anyway because they just don't work right. I buy mine from clubplug.ca (NGK Canada Spark Plugs - FREE SHIPPING in Canada - ClubPlug.ca). They're CAD $14.58 each, and there's usually a popup that comes up with a code for a 5% discount, plus free shipping on orders over $30.00. I usually have them in my mailbox within a week.
 

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So after i bought what I needed for performance (a few things left to install), I got some tint put on.
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Installed short ram intake, recirculating blow off valve, madness coil packs, NGK iridium spark plugs, and Eittar throttle controller, rad flush, and tint.
Just intercooler pipe left and I'll be done for 2020... unless I throw some cherry bomb tips on until I install the full boar glasspack. :rolleyes:

So far it has increased in throttle response, consistent boost, and the turbo just sounds awesome.
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