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E90 M3 (Sedan) | E92 M3 (Coupe) | E93 M3 (Convertible) (2008-2013) {Engine: S65 - Max Hp: 414 hp (420 hp Euro) at 8,300 rpm / 295 lb/ft at 3,900 rpm}


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Old Wed, Nov-14-2018, 07:09:55 AM   #1
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Default Ignition coil from ecs tuning

My ignition coils are working fine now but i proceeded to change all 8 spark plugs when i took over my e93 M3 2 weeks back.

Just ordered 8x URO ignition coils from ecs tuning. They offered one year warranty before i decided to buy.

Anyone used this before?




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I wouldn’t use any URO branded products. You might as well buy whatever brand o’reilly’s has in stock with the lifetime warranty.
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I wouldn’t use any URO branded products. You might as well buy whatever brand o’reilly’s has in stock with the lifetime warranty.


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I wouldn’t use any URO branded products. You might as well buy whatever brand o’reilly’s has in stock with the lifetime warranty.


Have u personally tried Uro or has friends who tried them? I have paid for them anyway


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Default Ignition coil from ecs tuning

I bought some URO products long ago when I first bought my E28, they were sent back upon receiving them. Just cheap chinese junk imo

No link for the oreilly’s just go to their site, the s54 coils they sell are lifetime warranty if I am remembering correctly
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I bought some URO products long ago when I first bought my E28, they were sent back upon receiving them. Just cheap chinese junk imo

No link for the oreilly’s just go to their site, the s54 coils they sell are lifetime warranty if I am remembering correctly


Hi Delvin

I have decided to purchase some original ignition coil from bmw. Can i ask usually at what mileage will those coil act up? Do i change one when it fail or change all at same time?


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I might change mine at around 100k miles. At 93k now. They work fine. Have changed the plugs twice since I bought the car with 30k about 8 years ago. I follow the issues and failing coils is not one.
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What he said ^
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Default Re: Ignition coil from ecs tuning

I believe BMW calls for spark plugs every 37k miles, we recommend changing them every 30k miles. I would go with whatever the most current BMW number is for coils as they change providers very often (providers being Bosch, Delphi, Eldor etc). I would not use inexpensive alternatives to these brands. You can change coils every 60-80k miles or as needed.

NGK or OE BMW are the "go-to" for us as far as plugs go.

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I believe BMW calls for spark plugs every 37k miles, we recommend changing them every 30k miles. I would go with whatever the most current BMW number is for coils as they change providers very often (providers being Bosch, Delphi, Eldor etc). I would not use inexpensive alternatives to these brands. You can change coils every 60-80k miles or as needed.



NGK or OE BMW are the "go-to" for us as far as plugs go.



If you have any other questions, please feel free to email me directly. Seank@turnermotorsport.com


Thanks! Any website where i can order stuff?


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