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Iridium Spark Plug - IU27A

MSRP: $9.95

Price: $8.95 10% off!
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Denso Iridium Spark Plug - IU27A
  • Because the iridium electrodes of this plug can be shrunk to only 0.4mm;, voltage requirements decrease while firing performance improves
  • Six times harder than platinum, iridium does not melt even in temperatures above 4,000deg. F
  • Ground electrode features a tapered cut and U-groove that form a large volume area for the flames center
  • 360deg. laser welding of electrode provides a seal that resists wear even in the worst conditions
  • Sold each


  • NGK Reference: CR9EK
Specifications
Part #: IU27A
Mfg #: IU27A
Heat Range 27
Thread 10 mm
Type Resistor
Units Each
Weight 0.31 lbs
Alternate/OEM Part Number(s):
IU27A
UPC Code:
042511053663
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Small price to pay
Really, there are not many improvements to our engines that cost so little and do so much. Put aside the fuel economy and easier engine start, the advantage of maintenance-free spark plugs alone is worth the money. These spark plugs will probably outlast most engines.

All my friends got these now. Plain and simple, changing spark plugs is now a thing of the past. Get the iridiums in and forget about it.

About the fuel economy, not much improvement here. Engine starts are better, easier, cold or hot. Tried these in my Kawasaki VN1500D and Suzuki DR350.
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October 20, 2009
Sparkplug
It's a spark plug. Could'nt tell the difference from a regular plug
October 24, 2009
Oregon, OR