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    Is there a better plug to run?

    i have an 07 gp and im going to replace my plugs, i was wondering if there is a better plug i can run than the stock ngk br8es-11? they do the job just fine but i was wondering if there is a better plug for the job?


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    Thats the best

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    wfo have you ever run a denso iridium plug?

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    Rideallday does.

    They work fine.

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    Those last a little longer but cost more. Stick with the stock plugs and side gap them.

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    i hear this all the time on here,but unsure what it means.side gap, is that the same as gap?

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    What plug with raised compression 150lbs?

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    Quote Originally Posted by GPHOTROD View Post
    What plug with raised compression 150lbs?
    I think most run the BR8ES-11 but there are some that run the BR9ES-11. The 9's are one step colder than 8's.

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    Quote Originally Posted by GPHOTROD View Post
    What plug with raised compression 150lbs?
    I recommend the BR9ES

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    Quote Originally Posted by WFO View Post
    I recommend the BR9ES
    I like the BR9ES. All This Heat from Timing And Compression Needs To Go Somewhere...

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