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Anyone tried these? According to sparkplugs.com they're the NGK cross-reference part from Denso IK22's.

I did a quick search but didn't come up with anything on these.

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Only use 6097. This is the correct plug for our cars at BPU and APU level.
 

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Interesting. You can use the 6097's, 3330's or the IK22s I believe. If it's not the IK22's then it's the 24's. Anybody have any knowledge on this subject? I know awhile ago, maybe a year? there was a post about IK22 or IK24...does anybody have any input?

palsor1: have you attempted to email sparkplug.com on the matter?

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If you'd search, you'd find this, but here we go :). The 6097/3330's are not Iridium plugs. The IK22/IK24/NGK6988's are iridum plugs. They're made of different metals and thus serve different purposes.

The iridium plugs last longer, but are more expensive. Rumor has it that the copper plugs tend to make a little more top end power, but I haven't seen anyone post a dyno showing that.

So, all that said, anyone tried the NGK 6988's like I asked? I'm just curious how accurate sparkplug.com's cross reference is.

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Good idea, I'll do that :).
 
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