Brisk P7 spark plugs

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  1. Teddy76

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    It has come to my attention that my spark plugs are most likely more than due for a change.

    I have my hands on a set of Brisk P7 but are they good for a 2008 gen 2?
    Various cross reference pages says yes but I would like to know if anyone have real experience running these in a Gen 2.
     
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    Never heard of them before, or "as seen on TV".

    Unless they were free or you already have a set, just go OEM for another 150k+
     
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    even if they were free, throw them away
     
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    But NASCAR... (...REEEEEEEEEEE!)
     
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    Why? Do you have experience with them?
     
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    no, I've never heard of them. everything i've read here says stick with oem if you don't want problems
     
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    Yes NGK IFR5A11 or DENSO SK16R11

    I had the oddest experience changing the plugs on my Tacoma v6 engine Saturday. The 3 plugs on the passenger side were DENSO and the 3 plugs on the drivers side were NGK. I have only seen that one other time. When I was changing the factory plugs on my friends Tacoma. Different v6 engine though. It was my dads truck so I guess they could have been the originals, but 247,000 miles on the original plugs? I have changed a lot of spark plugs in my life and those were the most worn ones I have ever seen. I don’t know how the thing ran the gap was so big.
     
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