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Hi everyone,

Does anybody recommend any good set of spark plugs to use for my 5th gen lude? it's time for a full tune up!

thanks... any recommendations would be great!! =)
 
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By the way, they are the standard plugs for a 95 Prelude Si.

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i replaced my stock ones (as a test) with bosch +4 platinums, no difference at all... the stockers seemed a bit dirty (see other post) but as far as performance, can't tell a thing.
 

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<font face="Verdana, Arial" size="2">Originally posted by schwett:
i replaced my stock ones (as a test) with bosch +4 platinums, no difference at all... the stockers seemed a bit dirty (see other post) but as far as performance, can't tell a thing.</font>
same here.
 

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i got denso iridium's and they suck!!!!! they turned all BLACK after 3k

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<font face="Verdana, Arial" size="2">Originally posted by KQ:
i got denso iridium's and they suck!!!!! they turned all BLACK after 3k

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i think you're just running rich dude. heck.. lemme go out and check my plugs... haven't done so in over a year. HEHE
 

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<font face="Verdana, Arial" size="2">Originally posted by KQ:
i got denso iridium's and they suck!!!!! they turned all BLACK after 3k

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i think you're just running rich dude. heck.. lemme go out and check my plugs... haven't done so in over a year. HEHE
 

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HKS super fires, i dunno 'bout gains or not, just what i have...

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Those are the copper plugs with around the same heat range. They will work with H22A motors and they are less expensive. But they have a V-Groove and the spark jumps around a bit from side to side and IMO the concentrated sharper point of the platinums is better for VTEC's. More consistent sharper spark, especially in the higher rpms.

Its also better for the stock 10.1 compression or higher if you have internal work.
 
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