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      07-28-2015, 03:14 AM   #1
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m135i spark plugs to 116i

hi again. i remapped my ecu to 200hp 310nm in our forum they are changing the plugs with m135i plugs. today i went to dealer and noticed the 135i plugs little taller than standard 116i plugs. is there any problem with it ? can i use it ?
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      07-28-2015, 03:32 AM   #2
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Any issues using back the stock ones for tuned engines? I'm not sure if there is any improvements.

You did the ECU tune? I remember you mentioned about failed engines after tuning, did they isolate the faults or directly link it to the tune?
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Any issues using back the stock ones for tuned engines? I'm not sure if there is any improvements.

You did the ECU tune? I remember you mentioned about failed engines after tuning, did they isolate the faults or directly link it to the tune?
i make a soft tune the failed engines are 220+ hp

the stock one dies quickly they say. they're using 135i plugs but im worried about its size
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      07-28-2015, 02:43 PM   #5
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you can use it bro dont worry as i said today
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The only issue is the clearance in the head to top of the piston.
If the clearance is OK and the plugs are the same gap it should be OK
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Can i use ngk 97506 spark plugs at mhd stage 2?
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Denso make Iridium plugs for the N13 1.6:

https://www.buycarparts.co.uk/denso/7744982

NGK version is ILZKBR7B8G 97968

I believe its a cooler running one.


I wouldn't risk plugs meant for a 135i.
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hi again. i remapped my ecu to 200hp 310nm in our forum they are changing the plugs with m135i plugs. today i went to dealer and noticed the 135i plugs little taller than standard 116i plugs. is there any problem with it ? can i use it ?
I am running MHD stage 1 tune on F20 116i also with N13 engine. I've had the MHD stage 1 tune with OEM plugs for 2 years, no problems at all. After that, I changed (they were getting old, not broken) plugs to OEM BOSCH (ZR5TPP33S) for M135i, not much of a difference really, but it can be considered as upgrade as far as the quality goes. For futureproofing, you can go with M135i plugs. There is a difference in size but they fit no problem what so ever. Hope it helps.
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