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2018 2.0L
Bought the car with 29,5 K.
I assumed the 30k service had not need done.
2 Weeks ago did the oil change, overfilled the new oil by a bit and drained some off. The new oil had been in car 3 days and was almost as dark as the dirty oil I pulled. I will be doing another oil change with BG EPR (engine performance restore) prior to draining and then a can of BG MOA added in with new oil.
I just finished swapping our the plugs this evening.
Got a set of OEM NGK from Eurocompulsion (got two lollipops and a EC sticker in the box with the plugs. (y)).

The plugs definitely looked ready to be changed.
The oil change was about 25 minutes.
About the same for the plugs.
Pic of old plugs attached.
 

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Did you notice any difference in changing the plugs (the old ones definitely look well used)? Also they say they come pre-gapped from Euro, were you able to use them straight out of the box?
 

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Yes, they were gapped correctly from EC.
I have only driven it about 10 minutes post spark plug change. Couldn't say I notice a difference, but glad that there are fresh ones in there.
 

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2018 2.0L
Bought the car with 29,5 K.
I assumed the 30k service had not need done.
2 Weeks ago did the oil change, overfilled the new oil by a bit and drained some off. The new oil had been in car 3 days and was almost as dark as the dirty oil I pulled. I will be doing another oil change with BG EPR (engine performance restore) prior to draining and then a can of BG MOA added in with new oil.
I just finished swapping our the plugs this evening.
Got a set of OEM NGK from Eurocompulsion (got two lollipops and a EC sticker in the box with the plugs. (y)).

The plugs definitely looked ready to be changed.
The oil change was about 25 minutes.
About the same for the plugs.
Pic of old plugs attached.
I just did the spark plugs n new BMC cone air filter (Ingen intake) on my 2013 Fiat 500 Abarth , I used the NGK Laser iridium plugs.. n now the car runs better than new... I wish the Stelvio can get the same loud intake, blowoff n exhaust pops
 

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Morning and forgive my ignorance here. Can you advise if the plugs swap was easy or can you post quick diy steps? Thanks. Changing plugs usually is pretty straightforward but with the stelvio, things aren’t always easy—a la in cabin filter
 

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Morning and forgive my ignorance here. Can you advise if the plugs swap was easy or can you post quick diy steps? Thanks. Changing plugs usually is pretty straightforward but with the stelvio, things aren’t always easy—a la in cabin filter
It is super easy.
Here's a link to step by step removal of plugs. The plug closest to fire wall is a little tighter to get to but still not that difficult.
Stelvio spark plug removal
 
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