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Old Sep 28th, 2018, 17:00   #1
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Don't liek to rain on your parade, but LPG plugs border snake-oil. Brisk brand should be positively avoided.

LPG likes a narrower gap, and that's about it. Nothing wrong with LPG plugs, per se, but your money can be better spent. Use quality simple plugs. 10 a set on eBay, I shouldn't but I squeeze 30,000+ out them. You might be better to not follow me, and do only half that. They are fine to 35K, but I reckon harder on the already tired 250K coil-packs. I've had a four CPs in the same mileage. Started and ran fine, but I'm sure my tired 35K plugs were not helping.

The object of the LPG exercise is save money, so save it. Pay 2.00 each delivered. Denso K20PR-U 0.7mm
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Don't liek to rain on your parade, but LPG plugs border snake-oil. Brisk brand should be positively avoided.

LPG likes a narrower gap, and that's about it. Nothing wrong with LPG plugs, per se, but your money can be better spent. Use quality simple plugs. 10 a set on eBay, I shouldn't but I squeeze 30,000+ out them. You might be better to not follow me, and do only half that. They are fine to 35K, but I reckon harder on the already tired 250K coil-packs. I've had a four CPs in the same mileage. Started and ran fine, but I'm sure my tired 35K plugs were not helping.

The object of the LPG exercise is save money, so save it. Pay 2.00 each delivered. Denso K20PR-U 0.7mm
TOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO LATE now they are in.
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Normal plugs are hard to find for the engine (but do exist ) due to the VERY LONNNNNNG thread. I always worry about them snapping and getting stuck with how long the thread is. I certainly would not want to leave plugs in for overly long amount of time


The advice on Brisk LPG plugs is right. If you have a set of them thow them in teh bin to save the risk of engine damage
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Thanks 'classic'

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Last I checked, Scottish Power were selling cheap electricity to 'Frequent-microwavers'

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