Pull 2 plug leads off and take them with you. Car will still be able to move but will be rather crippled so no chance of a test drive.
Quick search on google says that you can get them here.
You can check the water pump by removing a hose and checking for water flow.
Looks a bit close to the EFI pipe though, will be a fair bit of heat soak. Relocated air filter would tidy it up aswell.
I have no fluid leaking but need to find out how much movement it should have as I can't find anything to lever against with a prybar to test.
1.1 gap should be fine for 0.8 bar the rule of thumb is to run the biggest gap possible without blowing the spark out (misfire) via a trial and...
They last alot longer than copper and do perform better but whether you notice any performance difference is pretty unlikely.
Either iridium or copper heat range 7
Depends how modded your car is, heat range 7 is fine for me at 222bhp. All the -11 means after the BKR7 bit is that the plugs are gapped to 1.1mm...
Possibly that aswell but it also catches the finer dust particles.
That part number is for iridiums, coppers are fine aswell they just don't last as long. Part number for coppers is BKR7E
paisleyfreight.com do a pallet for around £85
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NGk are BKR7EIX
My auto starter was identical to a manual one, only differences were different plug on solenoid and slightly different teeth. They looked...
Why not just cut the standard caps?
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