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    Which spark plug to use

    Right now I am using the stock DCPR8E plugs. With my mods, am I going to benefit at all by going to a IXU27 plug? I have read a lot of people say stick with the stock ones, but just wanting to ask around real quick.


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    Hard to beat the stock NGK's

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    Quote Originally Posted by jdbretz View Post
    Right now I am using the stock DCPR8E plugs. With my mods, am I going to benefit at all by going to a IXU27 plug? I have read a lot of people say stick with the stock ones, but just wanting to ask around real quick.
    NGK DCPR8E at O' Rielly's Auto Parts = $2.19 each

    Denso IXU27 on the internet $9.99 each

    NO performance difference except Denso's foul out quicker........


    "am I going to benefit at all by going to a IXU27 plug?" NOPE.....


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    Whats most important... is that you get NGK DCPR8E stock #4339 plugs, as you need the removable tip plugs!

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    Y'a could go the whole hog with IRIMAC8's.

    But you have to be pushing it hard to benefit.

    Most run best on the DCPR8's.

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    denso ixu27 run colder

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    Don't know if its just me, but my ski seems to idle smoother with the DENSO plugs.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jp1300r View Post
    Don't if its just me, but my ski seems to idle smoother with the DENSO plugs.
    I know both my skis do...The NGKs seem to run rougher in a richer fuel ratio VS the Densos

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    My idle AFR is 13.8-14:1 on my modded ski. But I have seen the DENSO plugs smooth out a stock PX, too.

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    Hmm?
    I may have to try them.

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