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If you run a hotter plug, you run the risk of running your engine hotter. Not a good idea for a blown air cooled engine, especially one that's been modifed and produces significantly more HP than stock, via more boost = more compression. You need a colder plug for modified engines.

BTW, I'm told by a reputable tuner that the BOSCH W3CS work really good too. They are equivalent to the NGK B9EV's.
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