Ready for AMVIV

My MINI is ready at any rate. Washed, rubbed her down with clay bar and gave her a nice coat of NXT. And, if I say so, she is looking pretty sharp!

Before I started this however, I popped the bonnet. Earlier this week I got a set of NGK spark plugs from Detroit Tuned and went ahead and installed them. For those of you out there that think this is a dealer only job, think again! With $40 in parts, a 16mm socket and 10 minutes you can do in your driveway what the dealer will charge you almost **$300** for! No, I’m not kidding.

Again, for those of you that think this is a dealer only job, here is a short video I prepared just for you. As always, please, no wagering.

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6 Comments

  1. Awesome vid of the spark plugs change. My mechanic wants $160 to do the swap which is definitely crazy. I’m going to get plugs and new wires and do it myself.

    1. Plug wires can get a little spendy, but you should be able to find a nice set for around $60.

      I recommend Detroit Tuned, but Moss MINI sells these plugs as well for the same price pretty much and you’ll get them quick. If you are ordering this week, definitely go Moss since Chad is on his way to Vegas.

      Thanks for comment!

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