They've sold Motul 300V for about 10 years now, which is definitely not just rotella in a new jug.I still haven't heard a single argument with data to back it up to stop using Ruths. Y'all can run your fancy racing spark plugs, but I get a 4 pack of Ruths for 35 bucks and they have never given me a single complaint.
Maybe next they will release "APR Racing Oil" which is just rotella in a new jug.
Both, definitely. And an EQT ground harness. Stat.Of course apr doesnt have their very own spark plug warehouse in china, guys. What is possible, however is that they do have a deal with ngk or whoever to make a specific spark plug spec that doesnt exist elsewhere, under a contract. Pretty common thing to do, and if this is the case it isnt a pandoras box to flame the vendor for it. I dont know if thats whats happening here but im guessing it is, like how garret mades the turbo apr sells that otherwise doesnt exist.
My car misfires a bit with ruths if i havent let the car warm up at least a couple minutes before carefully driving away. Its fine after a mile of driving. Do i need apr coils, spark plugs or both?
Yup, loved the Ruths while Stage 2, running the Vortex though they were a mess above 6600rpm. Just buy some densos from FCPeuro once, and get em swapped out for free every 10k miles.They've sold Motul 300V for about 10 years now, which is definitely not just rotella in a new jug.
Tuners will always suggest a colder plug as the risk of fouling it is better than running too hot and preigniting/detonation. If you're street driving on a stock turbo I'm sure you'll never have a reason to complain about stock heat plugs.