Best Spark Plugs??

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  1. Boo

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    Anyone any preference or info please?

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    pappajohn Funster Life Member

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    i swear by NGK's in my car, scooter, ride on mower and chainsaw but i dont know about the yank engines.....:thumb:
     
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    i use ngk.s to.

    its worth mentioning that if you run on lpg then you should not use platinum tipped plugs. the electrodes tips are to small abd can break off because of the higher temp that lpg burns at. better to buy an normal plug with a big fat electrode.
     
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    Standard NGK's for me too.:thumb:

    I've always used them after having a LOT of trouble with other makes (Plugs Fouling etc).In My experience NGK's run cleaner between services.

    Not very patriotic I know but I have tried other makes in the past.
     
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    Same here.....always used NGK's for years.
    Bosch never seemed quite as good and Champion had their day long back.
     
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    O.K, well thats solves that................NGK's it is :BigGrin:

    Anyone tried the double contact type plugs?

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    I use NGK in our cars including an old Yank and our race car, had problems in the past with Bosch even though at the time I was selling them through work, spoke with the Bosch rep and he was adamant that I had ignition problems, went back to NGK never another problem.
    The double ground electrode plugs are just extended service life, just allows VA's to give 25k+ intervals
     

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