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Hi everyone, I'm a little confused as to which plugs I should use in my IS200 SE 24v (GXE10). I have checked the Denso website which tells me i should use "Denso SK20R11" spark plugs. From what I can work out "Denso IK20" should be fine even though Denso only recommend them for the (JCE10) model of the IS200.

I'm confused as to which ones to buy. :duh:

Please could anyone verify if the Denso IK20 plugs will work in the (GXE10) and if they are pre-gapped, will this make any difference to the performance of the car?

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I have the IK22's in mine, but thats only coz its supercharged, I believe the IK20s will work fine.

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Hi everyone, I'm a little confused as to which plugs I should use in my IS200 SE 24v (GXE10). I have checked the Denso website which tells me i should use "Denso SK20R11" spark plugs. From what I can work out "Denso IK20" should be fine even though Denso only recommend them for the (JCE10) model of the IS200.

I'm confused as to which ones to buy. :duh:

Please could anyone verify if the Denso IK20 plugs will work in the (GXE10) and if they are pre-gapped, will this make any difference to the performance of the car?

If your car is fairly standard (non-turbo or S/C) the IK20's will be fine. Remember that they are recommended to be replaced every 30K. The plugs come pre-gapped but you are advised to check them first before fitting.

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best colour car you have there !

Apart from a black one......or a silver one :shifty::blink: :D :lol:

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Thankyou for all your help, I will order the IK20's straight away.

:D

Where are you buying them from? Don't pay too much :winky:

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Can someone suggest what plugs to use on my standard IS300 and the best place to get them from.

Thanks :D

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Can someone suggest what plugs to use on my standard IS300 and the best place to get them from.

Thanks :D

Denso iridium IK16's

Try US eBay

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Thankyou for all your help, I will order the IK20's straight away.

:D

Where are you buying them from? Don't pay too much :winky:

I was looking at www.spark-plugs.co.uk?

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Thankyou for all your help, I will order the IK20's straight away.

:D

Where are you buying them from? Don't pay too much :winky:

I was looking at www.spark-plugs.co.uk?

Try HERE $51 + shipping for a set of 6 :D

I have used them for plugs for the Tezza, can't remember how much the shipping was but it will work out a lot cheaper than £70.

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Thankyou for all your help, I will order the IK20's straight away.

:D

Where are you buying them from? Don't pay too much :winky:

I was looking at www.spark-plugs.co.uk?

Try HERE $51 + shipping for a set of 6 :D

I have used them for plugs for the Tezza, can't remember how much the shipping was but it will work out a lot cheaper than £70.

Thanks for the advice on where to get the plugs MacRS200 :)

Do you know which Oil Filters are best for the IS200, I've heard you can get "high pressure" oil filters. I've had a quick look on K&N and found this http://www.knfilters.com/oilfilter.htm. Is this "high-flow rate" stuff a load of rubbish or does it actually make any difference? :unsure:

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