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Honestly if you don't have at least 60k on the car I wouldn't even consider changing plugs. However if insist on changing I would stick with OEM, there design to last 100K. But I never wait that long for me that would be 10yrs. And as far as I know everyone is running stock plugs, unless they are meth injected then they running colder plug either Denso's or NGK's. Rockauto.com has great prices on our motorcraft plugs.

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Honestly if you don't have at least 60k on the car I wouldn't even consider changing plugs. However if insist on changing I would stick with OEM' date=' there design to last 100K. But I never wait that long for me that would be 10yrs. And as far as I know everyone is running stock plugs, unless they are meth injected then they running colder plug either Denso's or NGK's. Rockauto.com has great prices on our motorcraft plugs.[/quote']

 

Yeah I want to change them regardless but what model number are commonly used?

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NGK makes a plug that is 2 stages colder, which I have been running w/o any issues. They are called IRIDIUM IX.

 

The cross reference number is: ITV22.

 

Their actual part number is. LTR71X-11 (or stock # 6510)

 

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Perfect...Thanks! I like NGK products as I use them in my Cobra and notchback

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