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NGK spark plugs for 2017 I30 SR

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Offline gazzap

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Hi all,
For the last hour i've been looking for NGK spark plugs for the 2017 I30 SR and for the life of me cannot find which ones exactly they are.
I think the spark plugs are to fit the g4fj but then when i serach for them on ebay it seems to suggest that they will fit a veloster but not the i30 SR.

Can anyone clear things up and ideally link me?

Thanks in advance.
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Offline 567 I30

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According to the reviews of the SR, it has the same engine as a veloster turbo.

:link: 2017 Hyundai i30 SR review


Offline gazzap

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According to the reviews of the SR, it has the same engine as a veloster turbo.

:link: 2017 Hyundai i30 SR review

Yeah AFAIK it is the same engine, but then when you check compatibility, it always says that its not compatible which concerns me.
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Offline 567 I30

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You could remove a plug and see what part number it is before you buy new ones.


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Details are usually given in the handbook.

Is that any help in giving part number?
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Offline gazzap

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You could remove a plug and see what part number it is before you buy new ones.
I wouldn't have thought the part numbers would be the same for the NGK brand?
Details are usually given in the handbook.

Is that any help in giving part number?
Thats one of the first things i checked, but alas, no mention or part numbers or spark plug type.





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Offline 567 I30

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Maybe if you can get the Hyundai OE part number off the plug then cross reference the number with NGK, Bosch etc.
Looking online Hyundai plugs are NGK I R branded.


« Last Edit: January 07, 2023, 16:36:44 by PGN I30 »


Offline gazzap

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Maybe if you can get the Hyundai OE part number off the plug then cross reference the number with NGK, Bosch etc.
Looking online Hyundai plugs are NGK I R branded.



Ahhh, ok well that makes it easier, i'll check it out, thanks for the tip!!
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