Hey Everyone looking to get rid of the stock spark plugs and get some performance ones but not to sure whats out there... Any Advice?
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wow I just joined this forum. Nice friendly response. It sure does encourage me to post. I need plugs too.If you have the time, enter "Best performance sparkplugs" into the search box at the top right and you will get: About 2,340 results (0.44 seconds). One of them should answer your question.
For those of us with a manual transmission the NGK vPower plugs make a huge difference at low RPMs.I'm running the NGK v power copper spark plugs gapped at .028 and I'm enjoying them, haven't noticed a huge difference in power but my cars idling is so much smoother it makes the car feel brand new
2011 Chevy Cruze LTZ 1.4L Turbo
Neile,The reviews on Amazon are good, but they say they change the plugs every 7500 - 10000 miles. Wow! I have 23000 miles on my OEM plugs, and my old 300c could go 100k miles.
Pretty sure the stock plugs went over 100K on my vehicle, unless the PO changed them with the stock NGK part number.
Didn't have much luck with the NGK copper plugs. Nice at first, but the gap increased twice in just three months of hot summer city driving. 1.4T runs really, really bad with the wrong plug / gap. 41-121 ACDelco plugs work just fine, and are dirty cheap compared to the corresponding NGK part number. I actually got the big $8 rebate from Autozone...so $5 each?