BMW Spark Plug Kit (Set of 8) - 12120032273KT

Set of 8 spark plugs

If your BMW is suffering from poor performance or seems to be hesitating under acceleration there is a good chance that your spark plugs may need replacing. Per BMW, spark plugs on your M3 need to be replaced every 37,500 miles. These NGK plugs are the same G Power LKR8AP spark plugs installed in the factory and sold as replacement parts by BMW.

This Kit Includes:

Part SKU Brand MSRP
8x Spark Plug 4471 Ngk logoNGK $13.99
MSRP (bought separately): $111.92
Our kit price: $87.99
You save: $23.93

Fits These Cars:

2008 BMW M3 Spark Plug Kit
2009 BMW M3 Spark Plug Kit
2010 BMW M3 Spark Plug Kit
2011 BMW M3 Spark Plug Kit
2012 BMW M3 Spark Plug Kit
2013 BMW M3 Spark Plug Kit
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BMW Spark Plug Kit (Set of 8) - 12120032273KT

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$87.99 MSRP: $96.99
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5.0 based on 2 review(s)
By: nbp
Tue, Sep 20 at 1:40PM

Great Product!

By: jorquez
Tue, Jul 21 at 8:22PM

Identical to what was in my M3, car ran a bit smoother on the top end with these new ones. If you change them yourself that cylinder closest to the passenger is the hardest because of the tight space, make sure you have a socket with a flex link or similar. I preferred a coil puller tool versus the coat hanger method some use to save money.

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