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NGK C9E - Bujía
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Probably the biggest issue was the torque. NGK recommends a torque of 7.2 to 8.7 ft lbs, but when you get the plugs it says 1/2 a turn on the box, which turns out to be a lot more than 8 ft lbs. The manual I have says tighten a 1/2, back them out, and then retighten an 1/8 turn. Well, 1/2 a turn seems a lot tighter than they should be so what I ended up doing was to tighten the plugs about a 1/4 turn or so, hard, but not tight, and then backed them out (like the manual says) and set them at 8 ft lbs, plus a nudge, because 8 ft lbs just seems a little loose to the feel, although the plugs I took out (not sure if they were factory installed or by someone else) felt a smidge (all technical terms!) beyond finger tight.
In the old days we used to clean and reuse plugs and just replace the crush rings, because they had to be "seated" correctly. We didn't tighten them, loosen them, and then torque them, maybe things have changed.
I didn't have the factory plug socket, so I bought a regular deep well and used a swivel and an extension to get the plugs out. I loosened the tank end bolts and slid the tank back and raised it up. Later, I read that you're supposed to go in from the radiator side. Oh, well.
I couldn't find a 16 mm socket with the rubber inside, but I used a tool that's like a piece of rubber hose on a handle that the plug fits into and holds it while you get the threads started. I guess a 5/8 spark plug socket with the rubber inside would have worked.
I did gap the plugs, but I believe the next time I will leave them because I don't think widening the gap to the recommended gap noticeably increases the combustion effect for my use, and the plugs I received were within the factory gap range.
It seemed like the plug wires could only go one way, but next time I will tag them and take a photo so I don't waste time "making sure" I have them on the right plugs. Like it wouldn't run, right?
these plugs require less voltage to operate so less stress is placed on your ignition system.
worth every penny.