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Old 06-01-2007, 11:13 AM
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Don't use Bosch...use what Honda recomends for your car if you want it to run its best.
 
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Old 06-01-2007, 01:38 PM
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NGK seems to be the favorite around here.
 
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Old 06-01-2007, 02:18 PM
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uhmmm

Denso for all import applications except honda... for honda u use NGK ONLY!!!!!!! and none of that freaking 4 point retarded STUFF... Also refrencing ur plugs wont do anything on a 4 valve.. only a 2 valve... if ur worried about power of ur spark... a Capacitive Discharge System from MSD is amazing
 
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Old 06-01-2007, 04:56 PM
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Don't use Bosch...use what Honda recomends for your car if you want it to run its best.
Honda uses NGK in their/our motors. IX Iridium are probably the best. but beware, theyre pregapped so dont try adjusting them or youll most likely break the brittle tip.
 
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Denso for all import applications except honda... for honda u use NGK ONLY!!!!!!!
Denso plugs are good too. Honda puts em in some cars still.
 
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Old 06-02-2007, 11:39 AM
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NGK!!!!!!!!!!!!! with MSD cables
 
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Ngk plugs and Honda factory plug wires ..
 
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Old 06-04-2007, 07:34 AM
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My choice would be NGK or DENSO NGK wire set for sure.
 
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Old 06-04-2007, 08:26 AM
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NGK V power plugs and NGK wires.

I am doing an experimentation right now and have gapped my plugs to 0.030" (from 0.042" stock).

"Get NGK V-power plugs and set the spark plug gap to 0.030 for best results. Or close your wide factory gap by .020-.030. Use dielectric grease on your plugs and in the plug wire boots and on the metal contacts. Silicone spray is okay but the grease is better because the next time you remove the boots, it is possible to rip the cables and damage the wires to introduce a missing condition in the ignition. It is also a good idea to put anti-seize on the plug threads. Champion and AC plugs have tremendous resistance levels that simply waste spark energy. Measure the resistance for yourself. Please use compressed air to blow out dirt from around the plugs BEFORE you remove them. Otherwise dirt falls into the cylinders and causes rapid ring wear. I use fish hook extractor pliers to grab my plugs in and out of a deep hole. Be sure your plug cables are like new by viewing the ignition system on a scope if possible. Replace cables if older than five years with NGK or Federal wires. With a tighter gap, voltage is less but amperage is much greater. Amps mean HEAT and that is what fires the air-fuel mixture, not voltage. The more heat, the better the ignition and mileage. Ordinary wires should be replaced every 50,000 miles. It is best to use NGK V-power or get Bosch Super spark plugs as they have the proper (lower) resistance levels. Some AutoLite plugs have a lower resistance and are okay. But ALWAYS check the plug resistance to be sure it does not exceed 7000 ohms. Please ignore most mechanics opinions about plugs. For instance we avoid platinum and iridium plugs because people tell us their cars do not run as well. We pay close attention to what people tell us about their actual results. Remember mileage and power go together."
 

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