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I'm sure they will work OK, but bear in mind that Denso iridium plugs were fitted as OE, with a projected life of around 100k miles (I'm sure somebody will correct me if I'm wrong). Platinum plugs, whilst far superior to 'ordinary' types, won't last like the iridium ones. But then they are much cheaper. I guess it all depends wether or not you're willing to replace the plugs every couple of years or so, which, let's face it, isn't exactly a 5-minute job on the LS.

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Older Engine: Stay with OEM Platinum plugs (Denso SK20R11 ?)


Nippon Cars = Nippon Parts!! = No problems!

You should never forget that.

This is my opinion. The first advise is from an experienced mechaniac.

Thanks a bunch lads. Your advice really has helped.



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