QUALITY SPARK PLUGS, GREAT VALUE
Up to 100k miles
Factory spark plug on most new cars
Improved plug life over Platinum
Iridium Spark Plugs
- Iridium tip is the hardest spark plug metal type & most resistant to erosion
- Maintains the correct gap longer than any other metal type
- Lower voltage requirement for spark to jump gap, improving efficiency
- Fine tip design helps prevent fouling and improve performance
DOUBLE PLATINUM SPARK PLUGS
- Platinum on both the center and ground electrodes
- Double Platinum recommended for waste spark ignition systems
- Fine wire design helps prevent fouling and improves performance
Platinum Spark Plugs
- Platinum on center electrode only
- Platinum is a harder metal that resists oxidation, arc erosion, and maintains gap longer than copper
Copper Spark Plugs
- Copper plugs have a copper core and nickel alloy electrode tip
- Nickel is the softest spark plug metal type, which is why it wears out quicker
- Requires more voltage to fire than a precious metal plug because the electrode tips cannot be made as fine as Platinum or Iridium
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Lasts up to 100k miles.
Factory spark plug on most new cars.
Lasts between 60-80k miles.
Improved plug life over Platinum.
Lasts up to 60k miles.
Lasts Less than 30k miles.