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Old May 11th, 2006, 09:48 AM   #1
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Iridium Spark Plugs with a Roe Blower

Has anyone had any luck using Iridium plugs?

If so, which brand and model did you use?
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Old May 11th, 2006, 10:20 AM   #2
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I've used the Iridium plugs on my TT setup and ran great. The only problem I've run into with iridium plugs is when using leaded gas. Leaded gas will contaminate the plug and cause misfire problems. I've ran into this problem on the Viper and the Supra with leaded gas and iridium plugs.

As for the brands, I've tried the Denso's and NGK's and haven't noticed any difference on the dyno. The only difference I have found is the price. NGK Iridiums can be ordered at any Advance Auto parts for around ~$7 each where the Denso Iridium plugs are going for ~$12 each.

NGK BKR6EIX - Stock # 6418 - 1 Step colder than stock
NGK BKR7EIX - Stock # 2667 - 2 Steps colder than stock

The BKR7EIX worked out the best for my TT setup. Since I used leaded gas, I ended up going with an equivalent copper plug NGK BKR7E(#6097).
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I have run the NGK BKR6EIX Iridiums with my Roe setup. They worked very well and come pregapped at .28 which is about right for the Roe setup. I am now trying the Champion RC10ECC extended tip plugs and the two seem very comparable.
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the best plugs so far for my Supercharged and now Turbo setups are the NGK BKR7EIX - Stock # 2667 pluugs. They seem to be less susceptible to fouling and have a stronger spark that does not blow out at higher pis levels. Mine come pregapped at .032
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