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HI I have a 1998 P38 4,6 and i want to fit this plugs are they ok
for my car or are they only for the p38 after 1999 with the Bosch
injection system ???

before Iam doing somethink wrong on my car let me know :think: :think: :think: :think: :think:
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NLP100320 Spark Plug RC11PYPB4
 

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You'd be better off not fitting them. Firstly, you don't need to as they are not specified for a GEMS engine, and secondly they cost significantly more than a set of Genuine or NGK BPR6ES plugs.
 

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Thanks for the answer but I don't need to buy them I have them already
I just wanted to know if I damage somethink on my engine if I fit them????

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Antonios
 

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cubatoni said:
Thanks for the answer but I don't need to buy them I have them already
I just wanted to know if I damage somethink on my engine if I fit them????

Regards
Antonios
It is always best to stay with the correct plugs designed and specs for your model. As cheap as spark plugs are, I would purchase the correct ones and be safe.
 

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Whilst other plugs work ok on the Rover V8 such as the 3.5 or 3.9 its a different issue on the P38, coils are high energy and it works on the wasted spark system, Ive messed about with aftermarket leads and plugs and they dont last...
 
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