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 Post subject: Finding colder plugs
PostPosted: Sat Nov 25, 2017 6:58 am 
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The OEM plug for the Jaguar XF 3.0L is the NGK 93476 SILZKAR7E8S Laser Iridium Plug.

Can anyone help me find a one or two step colder plug that has a non-protruded tip. I have called around and can;t seem to find anything. I am hoping someone here or in the UK side can help out. I am about to begin install of the SB150i6 kit and need a colder plug but MUST NOT have the protruded tip.

The kit is almost here (presuming it will be shipped in the next few day) and after initial flow testing, I will begin climbing the ladder, but can't go far without addressing the protruded tip on the iridium plugs. I know I will likely not find an iridium plug and that is not a problem.

I can go with a shorter plug life since I will be checking them often anyways.

The NGK SILKAR8AI-9 is the next colder step in the Iridium range, but the tips are longer than DaLeggyBlonde's nipples on a cold day.

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 Post subject: Re: Finding colder plugs
PostPosted: Sun Nov 26, 2017 12:07 pm 
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DaJagFather wrote:
The OEM plug for the Jaguar XF 3.0L is the NGK 93476 SILZKAR7E8S Laser Iridium Plug.

Can anyone help me find a one or two step colder plug that has a non-protruded tip. I have called around and can;t seem to find anything. I am hoping someone here or in the UK side can help out. I am about to begin install of the SB150i6 kit and need a colder plug but MUST NOT have the protruded tip.

The kit is almost here (presuming it will be shipped in the next few day) and after initial flow testing, I will begin climbing the ladder, but can't go far without addressing the protruded tip on the iridium plugs. I know I will likely not find an iridium plug and that is not a problem.

I can go with a shorter plug life since I will be checking them often anyways.

The NGK SILKAR8AI-9 is the next colder step in the Iridium range, but the tips are longer than DaLeggyBlonde's nipples on a cold day.


Just use that plug and cut the ground strap short. This will reduce the metal protrusion in the chamber.


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