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mattyp



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United Kingdom 2003 Range Rover Vogue 4.4 V8 Java Black
What spark plugs

I want to change the spark plugs on my 2003 4.4v8 with lpg.What do people recommend?

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Dolphinboy



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United Kingdom 2004 Range Rover Autobiography 4.4 V8 Epsom Green

Matty, there are a few posts on here ref this. The most knowledgable contributors say go with the normal regular ones and don't waste money on titanium or whatever the "special" ones are are made of.

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Haylands



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England 2002 Range Rover Vogue 4.4 V8 Epsom Green

What flipper said... bog standard NGK's are the best IMHO, I've tried them all over the years... certainly don't waste money on the so called LPG plugs, it's just a con to sell them....

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mattyp



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United Kingdom 2003 Range Rover Vogue 4.4 V8 Java Black

Thank you I'll get the standard ngk plugs for it

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Lukie



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2002 Range Rover Vogue 4.4 V8 Zambezi Silver

I can give you a heads up on this one, I have been installing LPG for some years, the best spark plugs I have found upto now are call BRISK you will find them on the evil bay and similar, thay are advertised as LPG plugs to, they are not a premium price but do run very well, I have had many car's running these plugs

evil number eBay Item No. 370581263277 seller is WTV they come in at 38 a set delivered

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Haylands



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England 2002 Range Rover Vogue 4.4 V8 Epsom Green

I tried Brisk in a Disco a few years ago... ran fine but didn't last anywhere near as long as NGK's... Also found it's not so important with modern distributorless ignition to use fancy plugs, the coil per cylinder arrangement means the spark is big enough for LPG anyway... Thumbs Up Pete
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Lukie



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2002 Range Rover Vogue 4.4 V8 Zambezi Silver

brisk offer a few different plugs the one's I linked to are single node plugs, have had them in all sorts of engines with good results

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Haylands



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England 2002 Range Rover Vogue 4.4 V8 Epsom Green

Yep, was the multi node ones I tried, maybe they realised the same issue...

Oh well, NGK or Brisk then... Thumbs Up Pete
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Lukie



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2002 Range Rover Vogue 4.4 V8 Zambezi Silver

that would be the difference, multi node plugs are a no-no for LPG the spark can be sometime weakened with multi node plugs always best to use single node where possible, there is quite a few spark plug comparison websites, found 2 company that offer the plugs up, the one listed above is one I have used many time quick service

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United Kingdom 2002 Range Rover Vogue 4.4 V8 Zambezi Silver

I've just got a set of the brisk (silver) branded ones, delivered for 31 from eBay. I'm not going to set a link, but wasn't hard to find them. I've fitted them today, but haven't had chance to drive it yet.
Was having a misfire under load, on the iridium ones, that I fittted a couple of years back, so hoping I've cured it.

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United Kingdom 2002 Range Rover Vogue 4.4 V8 Zambezi Silver

Just to follow up, (see above) it seems my previous spark plugs, (NGK iridium,) which were recommended by my LPG service guy, have lasted maybe 5000, but certainly less than 10,000 miles. (Haven't got the fitted mileage) They were creating a bad misfire, after a decent warm up, and though was much better when switched back to petrol, was still having a few exhaust pops, and slight hesitation, when accelerating. I fitted the Brisk silver LPG type, and car is now driving fine again, both petrol, and LPG.
The new brisk plugs, are single tipped. (Like the iridium)

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Lukie



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2002 Range Rover Vogue 4.4 V8 Zambezi Silver

Good to hear the brisk plugs have been fitted to another fine machine, I highly reccomend them as a lpg fitter

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United Kingdom 2004 Range Rover Vogue 4.4 V8 Java Black

I have used standard plugs in both p38 and l322 for the past 12 years with no problems
however i did fit magnecor leads to the p38 Thumbs Up 1990 3.5 v8 defender
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