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Re: BOSCH PLATINUM +4 (archive)

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Posted by Monti on April 03, 2001 at 13:55:58:

In Reply to: Re: BOSCH PLATINUM +4 posted by gut3 on April 02, 2001 at 15:38:45:

Hi. Based on what I've seen on the forum, I'm shying away from them, and sticking with the OEM Bosch's. Check out the archives.

Stu
92 735i


My experience on the seven has been OEM Bosch plugs. I will admit however, that I experimented with the platiums on my L6 with an M30 engine. The Platiums idled rough and the WR9LS (oem) plugs were far superior to the platiums. This issue has been kicked around a lot on the six series message board. Everybody agrees that original spec plugs are better than aftermarket marketing hype. In other words, Follow BMWs recommendations, after all, they should know best regarding their own car.



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