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Unread 03-13-2011, 01:01 AM
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Default Spark plugs for 350TZ .G spec

Can anyone tell me the correct plugs to be used for 350TZ G
is it NGK 10EGV or 10 EVX

and what is the difference,!!!
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either is fine, and I've also used BR10EIX.

Can't remember the difference right now, but google NGK's website.

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The plugs with a 'R' in the number have some resistors built in.
Some ignitions like them, others not.

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Can anyone tell me the correct plugs to be used for 350TZ G
is it NGK 10EGV or 10 EVX

and what is the difference,!!![/quote]

Bonsoir de Normandie

For the 350 B 9 EVX is perfect and less expensive as an EGV . With CDI ignitions the correct gap is 0.5 0.6 mm .

A bientôt Jean-Paul
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Ok Guys thanks for your comments

Cheers Len
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Unread 03-17-2011, 09:50 AM
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The important bit is the number, I always ran 9's as I found 10's oiled up on me if the jetting wasnt absolutely spot on.

A 9 is a hotter plug than a 10, just dont run a 9 with borderline jetting.
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