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Spark Plug & Wires

hi need to buy a new Spark Plug & Wires could sombody help on these things ??

whats the best & whats the part or number can i use for my Mazda6i 2.3L ???


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Well from what I have heard and remember reading is that the best plugs for these engines are really the stockers. Of course if you used the search button you would have seen that


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Shouldnt a mazdaguru already know hte answer? Or are you just testing us?

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Good set of platniums are probably your best shot. Which I think is what they use for stock.
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Why do you "need" to buy new wires and plugs already? How many miles are on your car?


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plugs depend on the motor... on my 94 accord with msd ignition, blaster coil, and 8.5mm msd wires the denso stockers worked best... i go thru a set in a couple of months... in the winter i use bosch platinum plus 4 which lasts the entire winter but is not as good as the non platinum stocker densos... i would stick to the stockers on the MZ6
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so do our motors use the single plats or double plats?

i know the SVT 2.5L uses a Double Platinum plug... Duratec of course :seeya

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Platinum plugs are only good for longevity. If you're looking for performance just stick with NGK's, they're cheap and perform very well. If you want to spend more money (don't expect much of a difference unless you're boosted or running very high compression which I don't think anyone is yet) then look into iridiums, be it NGK or Denso. Bosch +4's are just a gimmick plug. BTW NGK's are used in all levels of racing, that should point out the qualities of the plug.
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NGKs are good... i use it on my bike plus it's just as good on my accord as the densos

don't use the bosh platinum +4 on a stock ignition
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I want to get a multi spark box with +4's.
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