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any one know the cheapest place for a full set of plugs.just been quoted 120 quids,on top of a service(150quid) cheers jimbo : frown
 
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email AO, he does some servicing bits and will give you a good price on the plugs... i'm sure he's well better than that price.

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~I think even main dealers are better than that now :confused:

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just a thought, but have you tried Splitfire Triple Platinum, I bought a set of 8 for mine for only 90 Squid.

Didn't notice the difference really but they were a damn sight cheaper than alfa originals and have a better spec apparently and lifetime warranty.

Cheers

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:( :confused: eek!
looks like i'm gonna have to cut down on the drinking this week then?,save up a few bob.or dont take the missus out! decisions, decisions ay
thanks guys,cheers
jimbo :confused: :confused: wink
 
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i pay £68+vat for a set and thats with a trade discount...(NGK)
 

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SC Motors, i think mainly based in the south will do NGk's for £64+VAT, not too bad!

i was originally told £200 by elsewhere which through me in to a state of shock!

first alfa iv owned, was expecting about £40 tops for plugs!
cant drive it for 4 weeks yet, got to be 19 to insure it with chris knott but its worth the wait - soo much cheaper!
 
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I paid £30 for the V6s last set Bosch super 4's £5 a plug. Goes better and starts easier now. Worth a look for the main plugs in T-sparks?
 
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I'll check out my Supplier/Warehouse( trade only ) as I get a prety good discount too. I got NGK BPR7E plugs for my V6 last week and I don't think they cost anywhere near the prices mentioned above....
Im there tomorrow stocking up and I'll publish the prices I can get you the plugs for if thats ok with the rules of this site ????
 

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that may be because the A at the end of the plug name is for platinum (i think) you may have been sold normal type , i used normal plugs in my car for a while about £20 for all of them the smaller ones were for a motorbike didnt really notice any difference but they dont last 60k.
 
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the P is for platinum...........bkre6k,P,a and P,mr7a ...........actually i dont know for sure im just guessing.... :D
 
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Hi!!

Yep, Bosch plugs are the way to go!! Can't beat 'em!

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