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  1. MikeParkin

    MikeParkin Registered User

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    Anyone running the new RS7 plugs part number 06K 905 601 M ?
     
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  3. lucaslfc

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    i put RS7 ones in after i remapped. it was @Rob2k68 who put me on to them, he knows a dude with good price aswel :)

    cant confirm on that part number though, probs best to ask rob imo.
     
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  4. Sandra

    Sandra Administrator Staff Member Administrator Platinum Supporter Audi Main Dealer

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  5. Rob2k68

    Rob2k68 Well-Known Member VCDS Map User

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    Yes I have them , they’re made by NGK.

    No issues they run great.
     
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  6. Rob2k68

    Rob2k68 Well-Known Member VCDS Map User

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  7. Salik Sajid

    Salik Sajid Registered User

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    yes been running these ngk rs7 plugs with RS3 coils since 6months, its running great so far btw i got it from ecstuning.com
     
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  8. Salik Sajid

    Salik Sajid Registered User

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    The brown box is RS3 coil. [​IMG]

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  9. MikeParkin

    MikeParkin Registered User

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    Was that part number on the plug like the older ones ?
     
  10. Rob2k68

    Rob2k68 Well-Known Member VCDS Map User

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    Think the different part number for the RS7 plugs are made by Beru


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  11. Salik Sajid

    Salik Sajid Registered User

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    The oem one? They were Bosch, Germany don't have the part number will look for it.

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  13. Salik Sajid

    Salik Sajid Registered User

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    Oh yeah the old one were Beru, side tip plugs.

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  14. MikeParkin

    MikeParkin Registered User

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    I can get the older plugs for £40 so think I might just get them.
     
  15. Salik Sajid

    Salik Sajid Registered User

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    I got the ngk rs7 plugs for $55....Beru was for $60 something but they are out of stock .

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  16. Forbzeeee

    Forbzeeee Well-Known Member VCDS Map User

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    What's the benefit of these plugs? My car runs great on standards so what difference will I notice?
     
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  17. Rob2k68

    Rob2k68 Well-Known Member VCDS Map User

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    Some blurb I found on the RS7 plugs .....

    These plugs are typically found in the 4.0T RS cars such as the RS7, S7, S6 & S8. Produced by NGK, these plugs feature an iridium tip for a longer life span.
    Why Run these plugs?
    Is your car tuned? If so, you have increased the heat within your cylinders. This increased heat can cause some issues when pushing your car to the limit. The biggest problem is detonation which is caused by excessive heat in the cylinder.
    What do they do?
    These plugs are a step colder meaning they will cool off faster than your stock plugs. This is important on tuned vehicles as it helps prevent excessive heat which can cause detonation.
    Product Features

    - One heat range colder

    - Higher change interval (35,000 miles)

    - Iridium Tip


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  18. Bells

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    So not potential benefit to those running standard cars without maps? Bar 35,000 mile change interval of course
     
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  19. Rob2k68

    Rob2k68 Well-Known Member VCDS Map User

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    I’m running a JB4 and have them but if stock then I agree no real benefit possibly even a bad thing if the plug does not get sufficiently warm enough to burn off carbon deposits.


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    Lehn The van man

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  21. Flying Scotsman

    Flying Scotsman Registered User

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    I miss Rob2k68......his insight and knowledge was fantastic and a really nice bloke who was eager to help forum members.
     
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    RS3 FL plugs are same number

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  23. Lehn

    Lehn The van man

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    Yah after some digging also figured that out. Was quoted £100 at Audi for 4pcs :blink:
     

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