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    A question abt vitz spark plugs, the new vitz with the three cylinder 1 liter engine.


    Are iridium plugs necessary for that engine? I mean, really? :s





    THe Denso Plug codes are SK20hr11, cannot we just use any other similar plug with a copper tip or the traditional tip w/e it is for that matter, 1000 rupees for a plug is expensive for such a car IMO.
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    @sync you think 1000 rupees is alot.The original spark plug is for Rs.5000/=
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    Heh, what do you mean by 'original' spark plug? :p
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    @sync the original Toyota ones
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    Sir, the 'original' ones are for 1400 per piece Toyota Garden town, and FYI they arent made by toyota, they are also made by NGK or Denso.. so as a matter of fact, any sane person wouldn't buy things like spark plugs from them.


    Anyways, back to the topic, anyone who can answer my question?
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    visit the Vitz owners Club. btw noe u dunt need iridium spark plugs, use the ones recomended..
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    Yeah they cost aroun 1 1200 but they last for like 50 60k kms so nevermind the initial price
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