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    spark plugs

    br8es or br8eix?


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    br8es

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    new to forum.thanks.

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    yes, thanks!

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    Whats the difference...

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    Is one hotter then the other?

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    br8es

    not sure.no time to check ngk.com.i think the eis have a split ground bar

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    going by those plug numbers:
    BR8ES > regular type plug
    BR8EIX > Iridium plug

    they are same heat range... iridium being more expensive but last longer in most applications. IMHO I`d stick with the regular plugs in a 2 stroke motor...




    BR8ES


    NGK: Traditional spark plug

    14mm Thread, 19mm (3/4") Reach, 13/16" (20.6mm) Hex Size, Gasket Seat, Resistor, Solid Terminal, .032" (0.8mm) Gap, Heat Range 8

    NGK traditional plugs are constructed for longer life and optimum performance. Corrugated ribs prevent flashover. NGK uses only the purest alumina silicate in its ceramic insulator which give all NGK plugs greater strength and better heat transfer. Copper cored and triple sealed to further aid in heat removal and prevent interior leakage. Solid terminal top cannot be removed. Some application require a solid top due to its greater durability than an aluminum terminal nut and will not unscrew under high vibration conditions.



    NGK: IX iridium


    BR8EIX

    Iridium IX Plug, 14mm Thread, 19mm (3/4") Reach, 13/16" (20.6mm) Hex Size, Gasket Seat, Resistor, Removable Terminal, Fine Wire (0.6mm) Iridium Center Electrode, Tapered Cut Ground Electrode, .032" (0.8mm) Gap, Heat Range 8

    NGK iridium plugs represent the ultimate evolution of spark plug technology and performance. The iridium center electrode is both stronger and harder than platinum. This allows NGK engineers to design an ultra-fine (0.6mm)center electrode reducing the voltage requirement for spark. This allows for a brighter, stronger spark from your existing ignition system. The ground electrode has a tapered cut at the firing end which reduces quenching for better flame core growth and increased ignitability. The combination of fine wire center electrode and tapered cut ground will increase performance, improve acceleration, and fuel efficiency.


    When asking about plugs or parts for a particular ski, please include any important info like model/year/engine in your posts so people can assist you better...

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    ngk wisdom

    Nice job wise one!i am truly enlightened

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    Could you run the BR8EIX plugs with a MSD enhancer or would it run alot hotter than the BR8ES plugs. I can get them for 4 bucks a piece.

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