Bosch Performance Spark Plugs

have earned a lot of reputation over the last few years. As far as I can remember, I've done a  couple of posts as well on the spark plugs which were on Modifying or Changing Spark Plugs and the second one was on the advantages of Iridium Spark Plugs which compared the Platinum Vs Iridium Spark Plugs.

Anyways, if you are looking forward to changing your auto plugs and confused about what you use, I'd reckon you should give a try to Bosch. They manufacture both in Iridium and Platinum and instead of going out to buy them, you can order them from home.

The price is low and they give you 12 months or 12000 miles warrant with OE Replacement. The plug type's resistor and the Electrode Core Material is copper. There can be other specs too but this what I know of what they've displayed on their website.

So, if you are even interested, I'm not compelling you to buy without doing your part of the research and comparing it with the market rate and quality. However even to do research, you need to log on to the website and you can do this by simply clicking here.  

Just make sure you buy the best thing and install the best part in your car. 


Chevy HHR cold air intake said...

If you want to experience quicker starts, smoother acceleration, and increased fuel efficiency, Bosch is the spark plug for you. Only Bosch features a platinum center electrode that’s heat-fused into an extended ceramic insulator to reach self-cleaning temperature only seconds after starting, and eliminate air gaps which exist in platinum alloy tipped plugs.

Muhammed Khan said...

@Chevy HHR cold air intake
Thanks buddy that's a nice and valuable piece of information

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