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Denso IK22 for NA, final call on plug gap?

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Old 11-22-2011, 01:46 AM
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Originally Posted by YA2_user_GD3 View Post
Hey holy shit! im on the same boat. I'm about 101k miles stock plugs stock everything. hoping ik22 will help the mpg. i just got a new clutch and transmission service, my mpgs shot up drastically. and i do 10k-15k oil changes cuz i dont have much time for them so im gonna be doing oil and plugs together.

we should meet up and do it together!
Just noticed your post! I went ahead threw the new plugs in this weekend. Only took about 20 minutes! In hindsight, I should have removed all of the coil packs first, then started with the plug furthest to the right. I would've been done in 10mins!

Cat is running as smooth as ever, Btw. It's much easier to cruise at 80-85mph, I noticed. With the old plugs, it wasn't so easy. Matter of fact, it was loud!
 
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is there a particular reason as to begin on the right and remove all the coilpacks first? also i just dont have the tools so i cant begin as fast as id like to.

im also hoping this will solve my issue with the car speed dropping so fast when i let off the gas. as soon as i ease off my gas on fairly even road my speedometer needle jus drops fairly quick while in 5th gear too.
 
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Old 11-22-2011, 07:59 PM
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Originally Posted by YA2_user_GD3 View Post
is there a particular reason as to begin on the right and remove all the coilpacks first? also i just dont have the tools so i cant begin as fast as id like to.

im also hoping this will solve my issue with the car speed dropping so fast when i let off the gas. as soon as i ease off my gas on fairly even road my speedometer needle jus drops fairly quick while in 5th gear too.

Why would that have anything to do with the spark plugs?
 
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sorry to bring up old thread, just wanted to know whether anyone knows the difference between ik22 and iq22 plugs?
 
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Old 05-10-2012, 11:07 AM
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IQ - JIS 53mm height
IK - ISO 50.5mm height

seat to top of terminal
 
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Not sure where the 0.044" gap info came from. The factory manual specs the gap at 1.2mm-1.3mm (0.047"-0.051").
 
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