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Old 07-18-2012, 10:53 PM
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NGK's website sucks, it's going to be hard for me to come to a decision on an NGK plug since they basically post no info about their plugs(seems like it's all marketing). I'd probably go with the Iridium IX plug for at least the exhaust side though. NGK's equivalent stock heat range for the 4.7 is 5, so to get one heat range colder you'd want a 6.

For the intake side with NGK it's even harder for me to decide but I'd either go with the same Iridium IX or one of their Standard copper plugs(won't last a long time).

I think I'm about done researching this for tonight lol. IMO, at least from the info I found online, I'd stick with the Bosch brand, the plugs available are very close to identical to the OEM type plugs.
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