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Since im soo sick of seeing the same posts on spark plugs i figured id make a sticky as to a decent place to get them if all else fails and some part numbers.

I usually get 7's from Adanced Auto for $1.39 a piece. But thye wont get me colder. So here it is.

www.sparkplugs.com


the part numbers for the following heat ranges


7 Series -
Stock Number for NGK is 2387
Part Number for NGK is BKR7ES-11

8 Series -
Stock Number for NGK is 7173
Part number for NGK is R5672a-8

9 Series -
Stock Number for NGK is 7405
Part number for NGK is R5672a-9
 

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heres the NGK database with this also. the ones i listed are at the bottom right, they are for the V-Powers.
The reg ones are right above it.


 

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itr206 said:
Since im soo sick of seeing the same posts on spark plugs i figured id make a sticky as to a decent place to get them if all else fails and some part numbers.

I usually get 7's from Adanced Auto for $1.39 a piece. But thye wont get me colder. So here it is.

www.sparkplugs.com


the part numbers for the following heat ranges


7 Series -
Stock Number for NGK is 2387
Part Number for NGK is BKR7ES-11

8 Series -
Stock Number for NGK is 7173
Part number for NGK is R5672a-8

9 Series -
Stock Number for NGK is 7405
Part number for NGK is R5672a-9
bkr7es-11..how are they different from the ngkbkr7e-11s i been using all these years? do integras stock heat range a 5 or a 6? i always thought it was a 6 but i never see anyone use a 8 series plug before?
 

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the sticker on the side of my JDM b16 calls for a 6 stock.
 

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Integras come with 6 range. i think the diff in the ES is the V Power thnig.

I have 8s and 9s for my integra. Every like 100-125HP figure on going up a heatrange
 

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Integras come with 6 range. i think the diff in the ES is the V Power thnig.

I have 8s and 9s for my integra. Every like 100-125HP figure on going up a heatrange
wats the v power thing anyways? is it like a better material or something?
 

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all the V power is is a split electrode. i dont think it really makes a difference

You have to know the part number for the heat range you want and then search for it on the site. Thats why i supplied the chart up top. see the 1st part of the post as to where the Honda related ones are. the are at the bottom right corner
 
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