Best Sparks Plug in the Market
Posted 16 April 2003 - 09:48 PM
KM....cause wanna change my sparks in my PV6........
Posted 19 April 2003 - 04:44 PM
plattanium is some very hard steel can last very very long but spark not
really good loh...................
get those with 4 leg spark plug can burn yr nicer with greater spark.
Posted 21 April 2003 - 06:52 PM
performance, better pick up. heard that brisk is good? and there are some
expensive spark plugs (platinium, iridium etc...) in the market but the
price is bit high for my budget and dun really know how it helps on the
Posted 21 April 2003 - 11:43 PM
hard...not easy to get spoil...and platinium is very expesive leh..
that why the price is quite high anyway it dun give u much performance it
only save u money from change spark plug
Posted 22 April 2003 - 04:56 PM
If you drive a PV6, you want to get spark plugs that last for a very very
very long time coz it's a big hassle just to change the plugs. Not as
simple as the Inline 4s.
BTW, the 4 'heads' on the BOSCH sparkplug is only used one at a time. The
current will choose the path of least resistance between the 4 electrode
and spark will occur only on one electrode, not all 4.
Posted 26 April 2003 - 01:50 PM
longer.. If the electrode fails the spark will just jump to one of the
Posted 26 April 2003 - 04:37 PM
results are not satisfying.. i know there r a kind of spark plugs made by
platinum selling at only RM45.00 per pack of 4 pieces...NGK
Posted 26 April 2003 - 06:02 PM
equipment that amplifire the spark plug spark....!
that will make yr spark plug die faster hehehe
Posted 04 May 2003 - 03:31 PM
Posted 07 May 2003 - 06:36 PM
km. If you can get two-thirds of that, you should be satisfied.
I have used the NGK platinum for my Wira 1.8 DOHC BKR6EVX for more than 3
years after changing up from 5 heat range and they were much better than
the hotter plug. Before that I was using ordinary NGK plugs.
But when I switched to Denso Iridium K16 it was a revelation. But the gap
had to be reset to 0.9mm from the factory's 1.1mm. Several gaps were
experimented including the stock 0.8mm gap. It was changed at 53K mileage
two and a half years ago. The car is now at 80K km.
The plugs were bought in Singapore for S$100.00. Recently the same shop
had a sale at S$88.00 and I switched to Iridium K20 a colder plug. I have
yet to try this new plug as the K16 seems to be working fine. The car is
silent and smooth and hitting over 200kph is not a problem even though my
car is now more than 7 years old.
Denso Iridium has a range of plugs to suit your car. JMYeo