Spark plugs for Stage 2

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Does anyone know what plugs are in the Supra as standard?

And what plugs would we use for Stage 2 BM3 with a downpipe?


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already need to change sparks? Im still running on the factory ones for now
 

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Stock plugs at stock gap. or the NGK OE replacment.

Stock plugs are Champion OE245 (RERX4ZWYPB)
NGK replacment are NGK 94201 (SILZKGR8B8S)

we will have stock of the NGK replacement in about 1 - 2 weeks.
 
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already need to change sparks? Im still running on the factory ones for now
No, but because of the extra power I’m wondering if we need to replace them for a colder plug.

As some people say 75-100hp more you should step down a range.
 

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No, but because of the extra power I’m wondering if we need to replace them for a colder plug.

As some people say 75-100hp more you should step down a range.
No you dont.
 

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