Spark Plug Kit - 4 Pack BKR7EIX

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Make Model Chassis (year) Engine
Audi A3 8P (2006-2013) 2.0T FSI
Audi A3 8P (2006-2013) 2.0T TSI
Audi A4 B7 (2005-2008) 2.0T FSI
Audi A4 B8 (2009+) 2.0T TSI
Audi A5 2.0T TSI
Audi A5 2.0T TSI FWD
Audi A5 2.0T TSI Quattro
Audi TT MKII (2008-2015) 2.0T
Audi TT MKII (2008-2015) TTS
Volkswagen Beetle (12+) 2.0T TSI
Volkswagen CC 2.0T TSI
Volkswagen Eos 2.0T
Volkswagen Eos 2.0T FSI
Volkswagen Eos 2.0T TSI
Volkswagen Golf/GTI MKV (2006-2009)
Volkswagen Golf/GTI MKV (2006-2009) 2.0T FSI
Volkswagen Golf/GTI MKV (2006-2009) 2.0T TSI
Volkswagen Golf/GTI MKVI (2010-2014) 2.0T TSI
Volkswagen Golf/GTI MKVI (2010-2014) Golf R
Volkswagen Jetta MKV (2005.5-2010) 2.0T
Volkswagen Jetta MKVI (2011+) 2.0T TSI
Volkswagen Passat B6 (2006-2011) FWD
Volkswagen Tiguan 4 Motion 2.0T
Volkswagen Tiguan FWD 2.0T
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Spark Plug - BKR7EIX (BKR7EIX) 4
 Product Description

Set of Four NGK (2667) BKR7EIX Iridium IX Spark Plugs

Over time, the electrode on spark plugs wears away, causing a larger gap to form and resulting
in a weak spark.  Excess carbon can also build up and negatively effect performance.  Using
these factory spec plugs can help restore mileage and performance to your engine and smooth
out poor idle.

We also recommend changing spark plugs more often on vehicles with ugraded performance
software or turbochargers.

NGK iridium plugs represent the ultimate evolution of spark plug technology and performance.
The iridium center electrode is both stronger and harder than platinum. This allows NGK
engineers to design an ultra-fine (0.6mm)center electrode reducing the voltage requirement for
spark. This allows for a brighter, stronger spark from your existing ignition system. The ground
electrode has a tapered cut at the firing end which reduces quenching for better flame core
growth and increased ignitability. The combination of fine wire center electrode and tapered cut 
ground will increase performance, improve acceleration, and fuel efficiency.

*Note:  If you are replacing any part of your ignition system on a higher milage vehicle, it is also
best to replace other worn out and serviceable components such as your coil packs or plug wires.
Be sure to search under your model vehicle to see other replacement part options.