Spark Plugs for the 1fz-fe

Submitted: Wednesday, May 20, 2009 at 18:19
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Hi Yawl,
I 'm about due for a change to the Plugs of the 100 series and was wondering what you guys use.
I have found a couple of sets that have raised an eyebrow,


Bosch Spark Plug - Direct FIT OE Replacement
1998-2007 Toyota Land Cruiser Platinum 2
Fits: Denso # SK20R11/3297.
W0133-1638144 $4.95

Bosch Spark Plug - Direct FIT OE Replacement
1998-2007 Toyota Land Cruiser Platinum+4
Fits: Denso # SK20R11/3297.
Type: Direct Fit Oe Replacement
W0133-1636054 $5.95


E3 Spark Plug
1998-2007 Toyota Land Cruiser E3 DIAMONDFIRE SPARK PLUG, SOLD INDIVIDUALLY -- 14 mm thread; 19 mm reach, 5/8 in. hex size, resistor type, gasket seat, copper core, projected tip; Guaranteed to provide more power while using less fuel, quicker starts and less fouling than competitive standard spark plugs; With E3's limited 5-year or 10,000-mile warranty.
1998-2007 Toyota Land Cruiser PYRE364 $5.95

Or there is always whats listed below. All I need to do is win the lotto

Pulstar Spark Plug
1991-2007 Toyota Land Cruiser PULSTAR PULSE SPARK PLUG SET, 2 PIECES -- 14 mm thread size, 19.0 mm reach, flat seat; Comes with an internal pulse circuit that increases peak spark current by up to 20,000 times as compared to a traditional spark plug; The latest in performance ignition technology; Delivers up to 1,000,000 watts of peak power; Allows more efficient burning of fuel and generates a much larger spark at twice the speed than ordinary spark plugs; Provides more power and a livelier throttle response; Promotes an increased gas mileage and greater horsepower to the wheels; With Pulstar's limited 1-year warranty.
1991-2007 Toyota Land Cruiser BE1 $49.90

Whats your thought?
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Reply By: oldpop - Wednesday, May 20, 2009 at 18:42

Wednesday, May 20, 2009 at 18:42
If you are using LPG stick to standard twin electrode plugs platinum tips do not work with LPG causes lots of backfiring

Regards

Oldpop
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Reply By: Robnicko - Wednesday, May 20, 2009 at 22:30

Wednesday, May 20, 2009 at 22:30
NGK BKR5E for Petrol or NGK BKR6E if on LPG

Both around $6 ea
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Follow Up By: Member - Tour Boy ( Bundy QLD) - Thursday, May 21, 2009 at 07:49

Thursday, May 21, 2009 at 07:49
I always use the NGK's but these ones are not the twin electrode that the 105's require.
The 80's use a single electrode as they still had a dizzy whereas the 105's have coil pacs
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Follow Up By: Robnicko - Thursday, May 21, 2009 at 10:06

Thursday, May 21, 2009 at 10:06
Doh (as Homer says)
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