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#1 Old 09-12-2009, 03:40 PM
 
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Exclamation RB25DET spark plugs?

I have been doing some searching all morning and I havent been able to find any good solid answers. I am going to be running a FMIC, Greddy manifold, test/race pipe, walbro fuel pump, intake, about 12lbs of boost, and a few other small mods. I was wondering which Spark plugs I should put in my motor before I throw it all together? Which plugs do you guys run with similar mods?

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You obviously didn't search shit. This is one of the stupidest questions I have ever seen asked here.
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Wow, thanks for the completely useless reply post Rusty...It helped tons! Maybe if you would have looked at the last 3 words in the first sentence, you might have noticed it said, "good solid answers." Thats pretty much explains itself. Of course I have found plenty of random answers, but none of them are good enough for me to have faith in.

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Maybe I will put it more clearly...for those who obviously cant understand me. I just want to make sure I get the right plugs, what is the point of wasting money getting the wrong plugs? I was just wondering what plugs people run with about the same mods I have. Should I go one step colder?

On Skyline Australia I see people run both NGK BCPR6ES and NGK BKR6EYA. They are both the same heat range, is that a good heat range for my mods? Does anyone use either of these? If so, any problems?

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Go with NGK BKR8EIX if RB's take the same plugs as the SR

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I use BKR7E or ES-11 and so far no problems you can also use the BCPR6ES but I think that heat range its a bit hot so I prefer to stick with the 7's... BCPR's are easier to find tho

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ok kool...thanks for the answer without flaming me. lol Ok, so i take it i should gap them at .8 mm right?

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bcpr6es-11 gapped to .8mm is a good plug for a bolton setup rb25...8 heat range is just too cold for anything under 600hp!

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bcpr6es-11 gapped to .8mm is a good plug for a bolton setup rb25...8 heat range is just too cold for anything under 600hp!
What I have on mine and worked great for the tune


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