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Post  Anders on Tue Apr 01, 2008 11:41 pm

Any Bros knows what type of spark plug is best for our ride?
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Post  ix_luv on Thu Apr 03, 2008 12:21 am

if not wrong...heard from AC guys that our plugs are of titanium quality....able to last for quite long... Any of you guys change your plugs already??? If yes, at what mileage?? 15K??

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Post  MXF on Thu Apr 03, 2008 9:06 am

ix_luv wrote:if not wrong...heard from AC guys that our plugs are of titanium quality....able to last for quite long... Any of you guys change your plugs already??? If yes, at what mileage?? 15K??

no leh...what i know is our bravo stock plugs are the copper types....heard quite lousy...
best is to chg to the iridium types......

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Post  teoky on Thu Apr 03, 2008 10:10 am

There's been a lot of debate on whether using "performance" spark plugs make any difference. From what I have experienced so far, Iridium spark plug are more lasting (2x) but the price is a few times more than a normal copper.

The advantage of using iridium spark plugs is probably that you don't have to change it as often but unless the spark plugs are tough to change (boxer engine), I think getting copper and changing it often is good fine.

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Post  MXF on Thu Apr 03, 2008 10:26 am

thot plugs matters since every cycle there is ignition?

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Post  overboost on Thu Apr 03, 2008 1:37 pm

If I am correct, the Bravo T-Jet runs on iridium plugs from factory. But let me confirm again so you guys don't waste your money.

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Post  MXF on Thu Apr 03, 2008 2:44 pm

oh...the reason why i said they are copper ones is because it was mentioned in the latest issue of WheelsAsia magazine. One of the read wrote in and the article writer wrote that the stock were copper ones and advised to change to iridium ones....

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Post  overboost on Thu Apr 03, 2008 3:18 pm

MXF wrote:oh...the reason why i said they are copper ones is because it was mentioned in the latest issue of WheelsAsia magazine. One of the read wrote in and the article writer wrote that the stock were copper ones and advised to change to iridium ones....

Dudes, the Bravo T-Jet runs on IRIDIUM plugs from factory!

http://www.ngk.de/impuls/index.php?id=4525

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Post  MXF on Thu Apr 03, 2008 3:19 pm

great! Thanks!

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Post  ix_luv on Thu Apr 03, 2008 4:30 pm

overboost wrote:
MXF wrote:oh...the reason why i said they are copper ones is because it was mentioned in the latest issue of WheelsAsia magazine. One of the read wrote in and the article writer wrote that the stock were copper ones and advised to change to iridium ones....

Dudes, the Bravo T-Jet runs on IRIDIUM plugs from factory!

http://www.ngk.de/impuls/index.php?id=4525

Boost....how about NA Bravo?? Should be copper plugs in that case rite? Actually, using iridium plugs is beneficial to all rides as believed that they will eliminate the problem of misfiring, causing unnecessary loss of power and added fc. But personally, I feel that it is more appropriate for performance rides such as T-jets...think NA bravo can do w/o Razz

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Post  overboost on Thu Apr 03, 2008 5:49 pm

ix_luv wrote:
overboost wrote:
MXF wrote:oh...the reason why i said they are copper ones is because it was mentioned in the latest issue of WheelsAsia magazine. One of the read wrote in and the article writer wrote that the stock were copper ones and advised to change to iridium ones....

Dudes, the Bravo T-Jet runs on IRIDIUM plugs from factory!

http://www.ngk.de/impuls/index.php?id=4525

Boost....how about NA Bravo?? Should be copper plugs in that case rite? Actually, using iridium plugs is beneficial to all rides as believed that they will eliminate the problem of misfiring, causing unnecessary loss of power and added fc. But personally, I feel that it is more appropriate for performance rides such as T-jets...think NA bravo can do w/o Razz

ix, NA Bravo runs on normal plugs.

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