Ha ha, Laser Platinum spark plugs? - Saabnet.com Bulletin Board
Skip the Laser Platinums and just spend the extra money to step-up to the Carbon-Carbon Impregnated Titanium Super Conductor model line.
Everyone seems to recommend sticking with the NGK's.
Take your old ones out and look at them to see what they are and what their condition is before buying the new ones--that way you have a baseline and can buy a little hotter or colder plugs if you need to.
If they're all burnt-up and pitted you need colder, if they're all black and nasty you need hotter.
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