Just wanted to see what our diverse group of folks are using.
What group do you fall into ?
We have The Stock Spark Plug Users
AC Delco S102F (Double Check)
Autolite 2796 (Double Check)
The Iridium Plug Users ( lots of folk report easier starting)
Denso IX24 & IXU01-24
NGK DR8EIX & DR8EVX (correct me if I'm wrong)
Other Plug Types
Brisk Performance Spark Plugs #1886yBR12ZC1886yz (Sold @ amazon.com)
Over on the Yamaha R1 forum they report that these plugs make their pipes run a lot hotter.. It was a tossup with people liking and dis-liking them
The E3 Spark Plug Users #E3.36 Link To Old Thread
I've heard that this plug runs hot for some. Others say the huge tip acts like a glow plug and caused detonation. And just a couple of others that had the tips break off and or melt.
I use them in my RV90 and all my two stoke equipment and am really pleased with them. I don't use them in the TW since they take a different size socket and I don't want to have to pack two spark plug wrenches.
The Spark Enhancers
IKAT Spark Enhancer Is now Booster Motorsports AKA ibooster
Pulstar DirectHits "ultra High-Power spark amplifier"
(Must be used with a non resistor plug like E3.36 Or NGK D8EA)
- Greater engine torque – up to 9%
- Greater horsepower – up to 7%
- Quicker throttle response
- Better fuel economy – up to 10%
- Lower emissions – across the board reductions
- Smoother operation
- Enhanced driving experience
- Easier starting
- Increase's power under load
- Improves throttle response
- Reduce Engine operation temperature
- Reduce fuel consumption
- Reduce exhaust emissions
- Increase torque and responsiveness
Some folks have taken out the tiny resistor in the spark plug cap and replaced it with a bit of copper, brass or stainless.
Link To Every Thread Regarding Spark Plugs And Such (Past and present)
Disclaimer::: Cross reference is provided as a convenience only. Due to differences in design and material, plugs produced by various manufacturers may not have exactly the same heat range nor firing point configuration. I recommend use of manufacturer search for a specific plug application before you buy.