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Old 03-24-2018, 11:07 AM
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Better performing coil packs?

Does anyone recommend better coil packs for an e class 6 cylinder besides the stock oems?
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If there was a such thing, Brabus, Renntech, or Weistec would have it. There isn't much development for ignition coil packs.

However it does look like the spark plugs can be upgraded.
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If there was a such thing, Brabus, Renntech, or Weistec would have it. There isn't much development for ignition coil packs.

However it does look like the spark plugs can be upgraded.
What would you recommend on the spark plugs?
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What would you recommend on the spark plugs?
At some point in the last few years, I believe Mercedes switched to slightly colder plugs. Now if you're tuned, Renntech recommends these stock plugs gapped slightly smaller on their tune. So I would guess that if you're not tuned, the latest Mercedes stock plugs/gaps are the way to go.
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