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    Default NGK (7090) BKR5EGP G-Power Platinum Spark Plug in civic vti

    Hi guys,
    got a question please help, yesterday i changed transmission and gear oil of my vti, as a routine maintenance, with all this i changed the spark plugs, and installed these platinum plugs,
    NGK (7090) BKR5EGP G-Power Platinum Spark Plug.
    i googled it and found that ppl are using it in there civic, but i couldnt find any pakistani forum using these. so i thought to ask experts here,
    any comment about it? i hopw it wont be a harm for my engine, i was using 4 tip bosch plugs before this.
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    while removing the old plugs 1 plug was stuck in the cylinder, my mechanic spent ard 15 mins to carefully remove it. can any one explain what could be the reason.
    the pick of the car seems to be beter now, but everything else is changed too like filters oil etc so i am not sure that is it only because of those platinum plugs.
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    becasue of transmission oil and plugs and u change the plug wires with 10mm wires and have ground wiring of HKS the u will see much more difference in pick

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    5 heat range is a a litte too hot. You should be running NGK heat range 6. Ive used a similar plug. BPR6EGP - 21mm socket size in an oldschool toyota 22R engine, they served for 100,000 kms and still were good, they would still be in the same engine Im sure. God knows many kms it would have now.
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    Hey xulfiqar, i was waiting for ur reply, i always give ur advice high precedence, well abt the heat range, before installing, i did some googling, what i found stock recommendation was NGK: BKR5E-11, source: http://autoban.com.ru:8080/manual/CivHtml/2-2.htm so according to this my plugs have the same heat range aint it?
    so what is ur final words, should i remove them? what do u suggest to install then?
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    search in Honda service manual , u'll find heat range to be 6 , thats recommendation from honda , autoban.com is never better than Honda.
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    https://www.pakwheels.com/forums/eng...-plugs-sale-49
    check this thread n ull find many cars using platinums and iridiumds
    bkr6egp wil work good with ur car but wt will work better is the oem iridiums bkr6eix11 or denso ik20
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    ^ ok thanks
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    Quote Originally Posted by shaddy View Post
    ^ ok thanks
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