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    Projected Gap type plugs!...

    I have a 92 LS (stock) and have got ZFR6F-11 (4291) plugs in it, the only problem is on the box its got "projected gap type" on the box. i am almost certain these are the wrong plugs because of the "projected gap type", but ive been running these for arounf 10,000km already and no problems that i know of.
    Has anyone used or even heard of these plugs b4, i did a search on google and came up with like 2 results so im quite lost right now.
    Heres the link to the ngk page with a short descritption of it, it worries me when it says note: use only in specified engines....
    http://www.ngkspark.com.au/content.p...l1=l49&hl2=l40

    Look under Q13 special plugs for the short description on the projected gap type" plugs

    Any help would be apreciated!

    #2
    Those are the newer Integra plugs (3rd gen). Although they work, you should get the BCP6RE(Y)-11

    I can't use ZFR plugs in my engine because they stick too far into the cobustion chamber and my domes are too big.

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      #3
      Im from australia so i dunno if american tegs are different, the recommended plugs for me are ZFR5F-11 or for long continous high speed or load blah blah use ZFR6F-11. i am using the right plugs but... im using some special version of it, on the box it says "pojected gap type" and i ve realised the tip is longer than usual. im just wondering if any1 has aleast heard of or used them b4 because i ve done like 10,000km on them with no side effects, im not a racer or nothing so i don't rev high.

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        #4
        Never mind

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          #5
          Originally posted by Archon
          Those are the newer Integra plugs (3rd gen). Although they work, you should get the BCP6RE(Y)-11

          I can't use ZFR plugs in my engine because they stick too far into the cobustion chamber and my domes are too big.
          So IYO I should use those instead of the ones you buy at any auto parts store. I currently have a b18a LS engine stock.

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            #6
            Yeah, IMO, BCP6's have always yeilded the best mileage when I had an LS.

            YMMV

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              #7
              thanks alot. I need to change my plugs as it is so i'm going to give those a try.

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                #8
                Where can you get those plugs?

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