Brisk LGS quad tip spark plugs
A spark plugs ability to ignite fuel in different circumstances effects a cars performance drastically. Low quality or clogged plugs dont ignite fuel properly, and instead of producing engine power, some of the fuel mixture is simply flushed into the exhaust. Where mainstream brands usually focus on low costs, Brisk's focus is on quality plugs.New and improved tip formation compared to traditional multi-tip plugs.Increased power.Better acceleration.Better fuel economy.The spark forms deep in the mixture.Produces a long spark (up to 3mm).Side electrodes are part of the plug body, increasing cooling efficiency.Silver center electrode.Exchange interval 30 000km in street conditions.
The spark automatically forms in the place which has the optimal mixture for ignition. The spark gap is not partly covered like traditional plugs so mixture can enter the spark zone easily. These plugs require some jerk from the coils, but in turn offer great economy and power as they use and ignite the air/fuel mixture very efficiently.Common plug shortlist
Rule of thumb:
|Engine||OE||Brisk's stock||Brisk's colder|
|Nissan 200sx CA18DET||NGK PFR6A-11||DOR15IR||DOR14/12IR|
|Nissan 200sx SR20DET||NGK PFR6B-9||DOR15IR||DOR14/12IR|
|Nissan Skyline RB25DET||NGK BKR6EP11||DOR15IR||DOR14/12IR|
|Nissan Skyline RB20DET||NGK BKR6EP11||DOR15IR||DOR14/12IR|
|Nissan Skyline RB26DETT||Denso Q20TT||DOR15IR||DOR14/12IR|
|Nissan 350z VQ35DE||NGK PLFR5A-11||EOR15LGS||EOR14LGS|
|Nissan Maxima VQ30DE||NGK PFR6B-11||DOR15LGS||DOR14LGS|
|Toyota Supra 1JZ||NGK BKR6E||DOR15IR||DOR14/12IR|
|Toyota Supra 2JZ||NGK BKR6E||DOR15IR||DOR14/12IR|
|Toyota Supra 7M-GTE||NGK BKR6EP-N8||DOR15IR||DOR14/12IR|
|Subaru Impreza EJ205||CHAMPION RC10YC4||DOR15IR||DOR14/12IR|
|Subaru Impreza EJ207||CHAMPION RC10YC4||DOR15IR||DOR14/12IR|
For stock cars, get the OE heat rating. Mildly tuned (exhaust, filter, etc.), get one step colder, and with more boost / cams or other serious tuning get two steps colder.
In Brisk heat ratings a higher number is hotter, and a lower colder. Most stock plugs are 14 or 15 in the Brisk range. Here is a spark plug heat range comparison chart.
|29||9.5||57||10 or 8|
Brisk model chooser:
On the brisk page, select your car from the dropdowns and check which plug your car uses. Brisk.biz catalog
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For a tuned car, you should use the stock or one step colder plug.Our import program doesn't include the ZC model. If the catalog suggests DR14ZC for your car:
» DR14ZC or LR14ZC plugs can be replaced by DOR14IR (iridium) or DOR14LGS (quad tip) models.
» DR15ZC or LR15ZC plugs can be replaced by DOR15LGS (quad tip) mallilla.
» We suggest Iridium Racing (IR) for all older cars without direct ignition and tuned cars, and LGS for new/stock cars with a direct ignition (coil on plug) system.