Euro car parts splitfire spark plugs
Auto parts online, ILKAR7G7 spark plugs provide superior
ignitability and long service life. Smallest tip diameter available
iridium / platinum surfaces ensure slow wear rate providing stable
idle, superior anti fouling, improved fuel efficiency and lower
emissions. Usage life up to 100,000KM.
Product features of euro car parts splitfire spark plugs:
- Maximize your combustion performance to boost engine power.
- Reduce fuel consumption.
- Faster starts and better acceleration.
- Plug & Play type, doesn't require modification or parts
- Lower Emissions.
- Trivalent metal plating provides superior anti-corrosion and
- Extreme long usage life (100,000KM).
- Apply to most of the new technology engine.
Specifications of euro car parts splitfire spark plugs:
-100% Similar to Mitsubishi (NGK) Genuine Parts
-100% New Item In Box
-Price For 4pcs
-Manufacturer Part NumberILKAR7G7
-Spark Plug TypeIridium
-Imported & Distributed By Mitsubishi
-Service LifeEvery 100,000KM
-Plug & Play Only
Detailed drawing of euro car parts splitfire spark plugs:
Cross reference for euro car parts splitfire spark plugs:
OE number of this euro car parts splitfire spark plugs:
OEM NO: PW910762 / MR910762
Applicable models of euro car parts splitfire spark plugs:
Proton Exora (2009 - Present) - 1.6L CamPro CFE I4 Turbo (NOT FOR
Proton Prev (2012 - Present) - 1.6L CamPro CFE I4 Turbo (NOT FOR
Proton Suprima S (2013 - Present).
Why is quality so important for spark plugs?
When getting or performing a tune-up on your car, or if you just
want to improve your car’s performance, make sure you use high
quality spark plugs. Poor or worn out spark plugs will misfire,
cause your car to lose fuel efficiency, create exhaust issues, and
cause your car to lose power or run poorly. Continued misfire in
your car’s engine will lead to an whole line of issues, so make
sure you choose the best set that fits your needs.
Iridium Spark Plugs Iridium spark plugs are made of a material that
is much less conductive than copper, but much harder than copper or
platinum, making them a top choice. They are the most expensive
because they sort of average out the best features of the copper
and platinum plugs, providing decent performance, with decent
longevity. Because of this, they operate at a much lower
temperature, and last the longest 100k+ miles in their lifespan
before needing to be replaced.
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Q: Why do we have to buy spark plugs?
A: First off, your engine won't run without spark plugs - it won't
even turn on without them. So, in that sense, you have no choice
but to use spark plugs. However, beyond that, the proper spark
plugs can improve performance and fuel economy, especially if your
current spark plugs have been in use for a while.
Some people change their spark plugs at every oil change, some
change them annually, and some go by a specified mileage interval.
Whatever your preferred schedule, you should inspect the plugs as
often as possible, especially if you are experiencing hesitation or
missing, or after you have made modifications to your engine.
Q: How do I choose the right spark plug?
A: There are many factors to consider such as dimensions,
projection and heat range. The easiest way to identify the right
spark plug is via the Vosirui e-catalogue, which can be found at
/e-catalogue/. Here, you can find the Vosirui parts based on make
and model information or cross reference.
Did You Know:
Spark plugs convert your engine's air/fuel mixture into energy by
igniting it in the combustion chamber, making them one of the most
important components in your ignition system, not to mention your
engine itself. As critical as they are, it seems that they are
neglected far too often and aren't given enough consideration when
making performance modifications. Choosing the proper heat range
for your spark plugs is just as important as making sure that the
plugs are gapped correctly, so keep this in mind when choosing
plugs for your stock or modified engine.