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post #1 of 19 (permalink) Old 04-12-2009, 11:27 PM Thread Starter
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whats up guys...Its about time to replace the spark plugs on my jdm b18c1 and was wondering what my fellow GSR tegs are running in theirs...Also how do you like them...I would like to put a good set but not sure what is best for reliability and performance....info my motor is bone stock...thanks for all your responses
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just buy NGK spark plugs/wire .. keep it OEM



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i have ngk iridium's and blue ngk wires
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^^^ What he said.
I have OEM Wires and am trying this Bosch Platinum/Iridium Plugs. They are ok but expensive as hell. I'll probably be going back to NGK or Denso next tune-up.
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Just stick with OEM spec (NGK iridiums). I just replaced mine a week ago, and my gsr runs perfect, especially hitting vtec. It runs smoother throughout the rpm band too.

Correct me if I'm wrong but I don't think that JDM engines ever have the c1, I believe its only b18c for the gsr versions in Japan.
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Keep it as OEM as possible

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Just stick with OEM spec (NGK iridiums). I just replaced mine a week ago, and my gsr runs perfect, especially hitting vtec. It runs smoother throughout the rpm band too.

Correct me if I'm wrong but I don't think that JDM engines ever have the c1, I believe its only b18c for the gsr versions in Japan.

OEM Spec plugs are platinum, not iridium -- and they can be had quite inexpensively at O'Reilly's. They've been the most inexpensive source I've found.

You're right, but people just say B18C1 when referring to JDM SiR-G engines b/c the ITRs were B18C, also.

Not that it matters in this case....they both use the same plugs.
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I use OEM NGK's. Actually just replaced mine last night, and the car runs a lot better. I should have replaced them after I seafoamed the car.

My VTEC screams in the silence of the night.
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yes, oem plugs are platinum.

i recently did mine and thats what i bought. check out amazon for tax free and free shipping low prices.

i bought my wires oem from acuraautomotiveparts.org

i also did the fuel filter, dizzy cap and rotor and stuck oem with it too.
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OEM NGK Platinum.

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im going to look into those thanks guys for your help and advice...
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OEM is always good or honda wouldnt have put in there for stock, but i run NGK Iridiums. Researching on iridums they are s'psoed to be able to handle higher heat. All in all if ur stock run OEM. Dont worry about upgrading plugs until your really building up your motor (i.e FI or high compression)
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OEM is always good or honda wouldnt have put in there for stock, but i run NGK Iridiums. Researching on iridums they are s'psoed to be able to handle higher heat. All in all if ur stock run OEM. Dont worry about upgrading plugs until your really building up your motor (i.e FI or high compression)
Iridiums are a hotter plug, and they're not needed. For F/I, you use a colder plug. NGK BKRE7's are very popular.
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i run ngk v-power plugs and msd wires

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