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PostSubject: Spark Plugs for ES's   Wed Feb 07 2007, 12:19

Model: Civic 1.5 Vtec SOHC
Type: ES8
Engine: D15B
Year: 01'
Denso Iridium Pwr: IK16L
NGK Iridium: ZFR5FIX-11

Model: Civic 1.6 Vtec SOHC
Type: ES5
Engine: D16B
Year: 03'
Denso Iridium Pwr: IK16L
NGK Iridium: ZFR5FIX-11

Model: Civic 1.7 Vtec SOHC
Type: ES1
Engine: D17A
Year: 01'
Denso Iridium Pwr: IK20L
NGK Iridium: ZFR6FIX-11


Please add on if there are any other spark plugs you know of... Cool


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PostSubject: Re: Spark Plugs for ES's   Wed Feb 07 2007, 13:54

jialat man... i din even know wat is my part no.? dunno they got use wrong for me or not? i oso change to iridium liao!

Wat will happen if i m using the 1.6 specs 1? Pls advice?
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PostSubject: Re: Spark Plugs for ES's   Wed Feb 07 2007, 14:04

ahren wrote:
jialat man... i din even know wat is my part no.? dunno they got use wrong for me or not? i oso change to iridium liao!

Wat will happen if i m using the 1.6 specs 1? Pls advice?
Bro... no probs lah... wont harm your car but your spark will not be performing to its full potential... This gives you the answer to probly why you feel your car is LAGGie... Go get it checked first and change it if you want... and you'd proly feel the difference after that.. esp if they used the wrong ones...Laughing Cool
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PostSubject: Re: Spark Plugs for ES's   Wed Feb 07 2007, 14:09

ok... thanks! tat was fast!
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PostSubject: Re: Spark Plugs for ES's   Wed Feb 07 2007, 14:18

ahren wrote:
ok... thanks! tat was fast!
BTW, on not even on Iridiums... hahahaha... I am on original stock honda sparks... works fine for me... heheheh... tongue
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PostSubject: Re: Spark Plugs for ES's   Wed Feb 07 2007, 17:57

DaDude wrote:
BTW, on not even on Iridiums... hahahaha... I am on original stock honda sparks... works fine for me... heheheh... tongue

Same here.. For stock sparks, are the 3 engines using the same?
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PostSubject: Re: Spark Plugs for ES's   Thu Feb 08 2007, 01:15

ilkcirtap wrote:
DaDude wrote:
BTW, on not even on Iridiums... hahahaha... I am on original stock honda sparks... works fine for me... heheheh... tongue

Same here.. For stock sparks, are the 3 engines using the same?
From what I know they are different...
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PostSubject: Re: Spark Plugs for ES's   Thu May 10 2007, 22:54

Any idea how long can an iridium plug last?
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PostSubject: Re: Spark Plugs for ES's   Fri May 11 2007, 08:09

vacuum wrote:
Any idea how long can an iridium plug last?

i dun trust what they claim. tt's y i changed them @ every other serv! Twisted Evil Twisted Evil Twisted Evil
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PostSubject: Re: Spark Plugs for ES's   Fri May 11 2007, 08:42

vacuum wrote:
Any idea how long can an iridium plug last?

manufacturers claim quite a long life. the lowest I've seen is 60,000 km.


Denso has a manufacturer's range of 80,000km

Volker Racing ZX series has a manufacturer's range of 160,000 km

Splitfire V has a manufacturer's range of 120,000 km

NGK has... 60,000 km (this one to be re-verified and corrected) NGK seems to have many models... Irridium IX, Irriway7, etc... so may be different for each model.

Usually I will change the plugs in about 30,000 km or as and when the car still feels sluggish after a general servicing and cleaning of plugs.

but 30,000 km is KM's servicing manual's plug change timing for 'stock plugs' haha... so when the pocket is poor, irridium plugs can last the distance... just make sure you dismount and mount the plugs carefully and mind the threads... once they are damaged, may also damage the plug housing threads... and that will be very costly.

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