Thread: NO more need to J gap your plugs
08-31-2010, 03:25 AM #1
NO more need to J gap your plugs
Was on here reading a post about the spark plugs that do not have the ground strap. Went to NGK's website and ran across the racing series plug that appears to be J-gaped from them.
after doing a little cross referencing from their catalog and product list
you can do a little looking on those yourself to get the part number it comes in the iridium style with part number R7376-8 stock number 5442 and then the regular style part # R6818B-8 with stock #4492
I have yet to try these or see anyone on here using them, if you have please chime in I would like to hear more about them. These are alot more expensive than regular style plugs and might not be worth the cost at 20.00+ a plug, but always nice to get a little new info on some other products we can or might be able to use to get more performance.
08-31-2010, 04:47 PM #2
I had said something a week or so ago about this and forgot to post up the links. Thanks
We use them in some of our racing engines (drag)
08-31-2010, 06:10 PM #3
Do need to gap these plugs to gpr specs.... I J gap/index my plugs...notice a smoother running engine...did I pick up RPMs like some claim hmmm maybe..but ski starts up right away and like I said runs smoother..I'm gonna try them in a few wks in the cooler wheather..Ill report some feedback and numbers.
08-31-2010, 06:15 PM #4
Not to go off topic but Henry(NJJER) I'm hearing some guys are parting out or selling there GPRs for the new exciting VXR so you might land one...
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