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i have been searching, and haven't been able to find anywhere that has denso plugs. everywhere i go only has ngk, and they have no info. on maserati. i have been looking for a part number, but have not been able to find one.
 

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Many feel that the Denso plugs made their car run better. I found them indistinguishable from the OEM plug (equally good). Please let us know what you think, and how many miles were on your old plugs.
 

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I am going to be doing a Group buy with the plugs soon... We have so many people interested that the discount will be massive!
 

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Good plugs don't make your car run better. They keep it running good longer.

Bad plugs (or less good plugs) make your car run worse.
 

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Very easy! Very accessible. You'll need a hex-bit for the ratchet to get the bolts that hold the coils down and to remove the black wire covers. Sorry, I don't remember the size.

The job is a real joy compared to the BMW 12-cyl. If I could get that done in an hour, I was thrilled. The Maserati engine is very accessible.
 

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Very easy! Very accessible. You'll need a hex-bit for the ratchet to get the bolts that hold the coils down and to remove the black wire covers. Sorry, I don't remember the size.

The job is a real joy compared to the BMW 12-cyl. If I could get that done in an hour, I was thrilled. The Maserati engine is very accessible.
The one for the wire covers is 4mm. The ignition coils is 5mm.
 

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You'll need a couple of short extenders to make the reach down the wells.
 
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