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    Default Where to find NGK CR6HIX spark plug...?



    Hi all, I am looking for the above spark plug... NGK Iridium IX series, type CR, heat rating 6... the model number is CR6HIX...

    any idea where I can find it...? and if possible... tell me the price as well... pm me if it is sensitive...

    Thanks!

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    sigh... looked around quite a number of shops already... looks like ebay is my last resort...

     

     
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    try FJT @ rowell rd.

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    Quote Originally Posted by stsoh View Post
    try FJT @ rowell rd.
    thanks for your tip... I shall drop by and have a look

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    sigh... Fjt said they don't have that spark plug... They recommend me to try car shops instead... Argh didn't know maintaining a bike is this troublesome...

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    do u really need iridium plug??
    use the normal plug NGK CR6HSA or alternative Denso U20FSR-U.
    next door to fjt sells denso spark plug.
    Last edited by stsoh; 21-12-2009 at 05:39 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by stsoh View Post
    do u really need iridium plug??
    use the normal plug NGK CR6HSA or alternative Denso U20FSR-U.
    next door to fjt sells denso spark plug.
    CR6HSA... I do have a few... but they are really mild...

    nah... dun want denso... I know that NGK is the answer... it always have been...

    some turbochargers are choosy, spoilt brats...

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    if u r first time user of iridium plug, u can feel power lack initially.
    this is due to the tiny electrode tat produce a tiny spark.

    other features of iridium plug r supreme like longevity, uses lower voltage to generate spark, accurate/precise timing (w/o miss fire), withstand higher heat n stress.

    unless your bike r those tat have difficult accessing/removing spark plugs like sport bikes.
    it is pointless to have it on a naked bike tat have easy access n engine produce better horsepower with normal spark plug.

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    Quote Originally Posted by stsoh View Post
    if u r first time user of iridium plug, u can feel power lack initially.
    this is due to the tiny electrode tat produce a tiny spark.

    other features of iridium plug r supreme like longevity, uses lower voltage to generate spark, accurate/precise timing (w/o miss fire), withstand higher heat n stress.

    unless your bike r those tat have difficult accessing/removing spark plugs like sport bikes.
    it is pointless to have it on a naked bike tat have easy access n engine produce better horsepower with normal spark plug.
    thanks for the info... but you won't need to worry about me...

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