Spark plugs

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Post by SovXietday » Sat Jan 30, 2010 9:20 pm

terenceng wrote:Are "Mitsubishi VR4 Stock 450cc Pick and hold injector" a resistor style????

Appreciate if anyone can tell me.. Thank you.
Spark plugs buddy, not fuel injectors.

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Post by blacksi76 » Sun Mar 20, 2011 9:38 am

Last year I used NGK BCPR7ES< shooting for over 400HP this year, hopefully, 450ish, with my H22 turbo setup,GT3076R, might use the BKR8EIX this time....new motor built by Golden Eagle and Head built by Bisimoto, what happens is you go with a plug too cold?

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Re: Spark plugs

Post by dneil_27 » Wed Aug 31, 2011 12:45 am

Hondata wrote:You need to use resistor spark plugs. See http://www.hondata.com/techksparkplugs.html

Appropriate NGK part numbers:

BKR8EIX #8 Stock# 2668
BKR9EIX #9 Stock# 2669
R6601-10 #10 Stock# 4017
hi all. what is the best sprk plug(gap no @ code ) for a h22a vtec turbo?
my spec:- mahle 9;1 comp/ratio
1.5 mm head gasket
fully built head
To4e turbo..

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Re: Spark plugs

Post by Johnny_9 » Tue Feb 07, 2012 12:18 am

http://www.pivotracing.com/files/199524 ... VS-S-e.pdf

Pivot Raizin Spark - suppress ignition pulse blacklash

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Post by jetspeed » Mon Feb 27, 2012 1:13 am

2 0 3 wrote:What if the ignition system we are using, recomends Non-resistor plugs??
Im using a M&W pro10 ignition, this setup eliminates the factory ICM.

Straight from M&W's site.

IGNITION LEADS & SPARKPLUGS
Do not use straight metal wire or carbon ignition leads. For best
performance use leads with a premium quality silicone jacket and spiral
wound metal core construction. Do not use resistor type spark plugs.

Thanks guys.
What plugs are you running wit the M&W kit. I have ran the BK7RE since Hondata insists on using resistor plugs but I'm curious how the non resistor plugs perform with load on high boost.

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Re: Spark plugs

Post by Spunkster » Mon Feb 27, 2012 12:46 pm

Using resistor type spark plugs is recommended by Honda as well, as non-resistor plugs cause EM interference and can damage electrical components.

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Re: Spark plugs

Post by jetspeed » Mon Feb 27, 2012 12:56 pm

I'll stick to the BRK7E unless all the changes i make does not solve the breakup.

If the issue is EMI is it possible to shield the ecu with shielding material which we use in Aerospace applications. Unless the interference issue is related to the wires going back to the ECU from CDI.

To be more clear. Is the EMI and RF issue due to conduction or radiated interference?
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Re: Spark plugs

Post by jetspeed » Mon Feb 27, 2012 1:00 pm

I use this on sensor wires now and it works great. There is material which can be used on the ECU as well which performs well.

http://www.hollandshielding.com/index.p ... 225&Lang=2

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Re: Spark plugs

Post by hondatechpr » Thu Mar 22, 2012 5:27 am

I hear about E3 spark plugs and I want to know if they are save to use with hondata. Did hondata hade mede some research on them?
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Re: Spark plugs

Post by Dc4LsTeG » Tue Apr 24, 2012 11:12 am

Can someone please tell me the best plug to use for a b18c5 turbo 400HP on 91oct? Yes I searched but there's so many different answers. Lmk if you need more info on the set up to tell me.

TIA

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Re: Spark plugs

Post by hondatechpr » Wed May 09, 2012 5:18 am

BKR8EIX #8 Stock# 2668

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Re: Spark plugs

Post by Dc4LsTeG » Wed May 09, 2012 12:15 pm

So start with the 8s? I was told to start with the 7s.

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Re: Spark plugs

Post by V-Spec race development » Sun May 20, 2012 10:39 pm

You can start with 7 I don't think it would hurt. I made 535whp on pump gas w/ 7's before but I would not recommend it. I would go to 8 just to be safe.

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Re: Spark plugs

Post by Johnny_9 » Mon Jun 04, 2012 6:16 am

jetspeed wrote:I use this on sensor wires now and it works great. There is material which can be used on the ECU as well which performs well.

http://www.hollandshielding.com/index.p ... 225&Lang=2
Excellent.

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Re: Spark plugs

Post by limited360 » Sun Sep 02, 2012 7:39 pm

Running R5671A-9 when I bought my car on S100. Just upgraded to S300 and am having connection and data logging issues.

Want to verify to match the plug essentially I should go to a BKR9EIX #9 Stock# 2669 correct?

B16A, done it all but sleeves, cams too. 57 trim on ramhorn @ 10 psi, but going to 16psi shortly.

Thanks for your input!!!!

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