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Is this a serious question?

No. Plugs can changed with the engine in place. Removing the intercooler plumbing will improve access, but with the correct tools I can R&R plus without touching anything else. I do have small arms and hands (I am a scrawny 135lbs).

The best tool for removing and installing plugs is from the factory and should be part of the factory tool roll. I like to use a torque wrench when tightening the plugs and in my experience this is where you need to remove parts to gain access because the torque wrench is so damn long.
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