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Discussion in 'A4/S4 forum(B5 Chassis)' started by Lee Goodall, Jun 14, 2010.
Do the NGK BKR6EK spark plugs come in a single or twin ground design (or both)?
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those are twins, its what the K stands for iirc ( it may be the E,lol)
So what do we prefer then? I've always used singles.
I put NGK BKUR6ET-10 (tripple) in mine running fine
no problems they were Audi packaged
Anything more than 1 so that in tegates the need to gap them,lol
Lee, phone not doing texts atm, so if you need owt ring or PM mate.lol
I've always used the singles so that I can re-gap them (-0.1mm) taking into account the increase in boost.
These were in my old Audi when I got it and seemed to work well.
.7mm for boosted engines and for lazy people get double or triples so you can just screw them in. Change around every 10k, much cheaper than the std irridium things imho and cheaper.
Yep the singles come pre-gapped at 0.8mm so -0.1mm for boosted :icon_thumright:
I'm going to fit some twins this time as I'm getting lazy with age lol (and I got them dirt cheap).
NGK PFR6Q Laser Platinum Premium for me ..Audi silly price can get lot cheaper from Motor Factors..
BKR6E is the single electrode version of the same plug.
I put EKs in the FWD when i changed the engine, and the old engine was running a 35k old set of the BKUR6ET's while remapped perfectly happily.
No idea what the quattro was running