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Old 12-10-2013, 04:00 PM   #1
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Brisk spark plugs for Focus ST

We are now offering Brisk spark plugs for the focus ST.



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Old 01-25-2014, 03:03 AM   #2
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That's impressive. I might have to pick up a set.
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Old 01-26-2014, 01:47 PM   #3
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the problem is this .....Iriddium is not that good of a conductor, they are only in there for longevity 100k miles, platniums last 50k miles but is harder on ignition coils and copper last 10k miles.

I bet if you put regular ol copper plugs in there you will see the same gain in power.

I used to buy NOLOGY silver high priced plugs for the bike.... what a waste of money just stick with coppers youll have to change them out sooner but they are only 1.50 per plug.

Silver is the best conductor for electricity

Copper is second but when it comes to 10-15$ per plug...... waste its a gimmick. just go buy coppers. I bet you will see the exact same gain
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As shown on a Focus ST specific forum there was 0 power gained over new properly gapped motorcraft iridium plugs. (+1.9 hp but -1.28 lb-ft of torque).

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Ok so the results are in I took your guys advice to help see the exact gains on the plugs, so I bought a set of brand new Motorcraft plugs yesterday and this morning brang those along with the brisk plugs to do the pulls.



We changed to the new Motorcraft plugs gapped at .32, then did two pulls and then changed to the Brisk Racing plugs and did two more pulls and here was the outcome of the runs.



Wasn't the results I was hoping for but still gained some power up top as you see in the graph. The car feels strong and I'm impressed with the numbers.
The brisk plugs are a gimmick at best.
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Old 01-26-2014, 08:20 PM   #5
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Brisk plugs do the same thing as Autolite 103s do....but if you believe otherwise, I do have a little cpu fan you could put in your cai or sri to give you some more boost :)
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If cfm was to do a 3 way test with Brisk, iridiums and coppers and the Brisk showed a good gain over both then I would believe it. Otherwise they are just a scam like several of their other designs. Like qweesy said, iridium is just a longer lasting alternative with much higher resistance and a much smaller electrode which equals less spark.
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Must gain a pretty good profit off of selling a gimmick plug. Seems sketchy and I dont like sketchy sellers.
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Must gain a pretty good profit off of selling a gimmick plug. Seems sketchy and I dont like sketchy sellers.
We gave our local customer a set of brisk spark plugs to test them out at Lamotta Performance dyno. We found out from him his car did not gain any hp vs a new set of factory plugs. Given this new information, we have since removed the hp gains from the cfm website.

What he found was a new set of spark plugs gapped correctly being factory or Brisk will gain hp over a worn set of spark plugs.
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Cool, but anyone knows a new set of properly gapped plugs vs old, wrongly gapped plugs will yield improvement on any engine. Thanks for the update.
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If cfm was to do a 3 way test with Brisk, iridiums and coppers and the Brisk showed a good gain over both then I would believe it. Otherwise they are just a scam like several of their other designs. Like qweesy said, iridium is just a longer lasting alternative with much higher resistance and a much smaller electrode which equals less spark.
The factory plugs are iridium as well, so there is no power to be gained in switching a new set of factory plugs to these ones. No one seems to make a set of copper plugs with the correct thread and head length for these direct injection motors so they are not a viable alternative.
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