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spark plugs
Has any one tried split fire plugs or any of the multi tip plugs... I run the Bosch plat multi-tip in my Toyota and like them... thought I would check to see if anyone has had good experiences with them.

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#1 02-02-2007, 11:24 AM,
There was a post somewhere , on the GWRRA site about 2 years ago... that stated that all Split fire , Platinum, Ring nosed, and Kryptonite plugs made no difference at all to a Goldwing .... and that they were all a "Hype" and generally a waste of hard earned $$$....

The Wing is lower compression, regular gas , clean flow thru, hot "coils" , and 4 valves per Cylinder engine . Stick to the recommended NKG's, IMHO

I think it will make more difference to select the right heat range of NKG's for your riding style, than using Slpit fires !


My two cents .
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#2 02-02-2007, 12:41 PM,
thanks 'SilverDave'... I will stick to NKGs... I am not a hard rider so the stock plugs should be ok... I have the right side rear plug gets a bit carboned up when I change them... I am thinking that it might be time for valve guides for the ole girl...
thank you
Boda
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#3 02-04-2007, 07:40 AM,
I have replacement plug I use rather than the NKG which I found never did last the year out, toward the end of the riding season I would always have cylinders misfiring untill the bike warmed up.
I imagine that the mileage I ride would be much passed the manual recommendations as to changing the NGK plug which is 6400km, at that rate I would be going through 3 sets of plugs every year. That is ludicrous.
I have had these AC plugs in for the past two years, I may change them this year. They are ACR12XLS

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#4 02-04-2007, 09:38 AM,
Ive been using "Autolite's" in my wings (havent changed the 1200's yet)
I never had any issues running a year or more on one set, unlike NGK's
recommended intervals......... :wink:
Harry Waggoner
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#5 08-30-2007, 07:42 AM,
I just put in the NGK Iridium plugs and my baby runs sooooo smooth!! A little more expensive but they are supposed to last up to 4 x the stock NGK's! :lol:
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#6 05-14-2008, 11:04 PM,
I, too, have been running the NGK Iridium plugs for two years now. Very pleased with them.
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#7 05-15-2008, 07:26 AM,


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