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Old 12-10-2013, 03:00 PM   #1
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Brisk spark plugs for Focus ST gains 8whp/tq!

We are now offering brisk spark plugs for the Focus ST.



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How good on n/a 2.0 engine, or have you tested it yet??
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We have not done any testing on a NA 2.0 engine.
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Are these the same heat range or a diff heat range
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Are these the same heat range or a diff heat range
Im curious as well
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How good on n/a 2.0 engine, or have you tested it yet??
What would you want from these plugs? They are more for high compression especially forced induction engines. I don't think you want pricey plugs for a negiligible and not likely a noticeable difference on the NA models. Copper is most efficient, shortest lasting but the cheapest. $20/plug is a lot.
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We are now offering brisk spark plugs for the Focus ST.



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Unless you have to have brisk brand plugs for some reason I'd say it's not going to make a difference in performance over a set of properly gapped motorcraft plugs as evidenced over on the focusst.org forum when a member dyno tested both sets of fresh plugs close to back to back and saw virtually no change. (+1 hp -1 lb-ft of torque roughly).
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I tried the pricey plugs and wires (remember Magnecore?) on my 400hp DSM and actually has misfiring issues that went away with good ol' copper NGKs. Platinum was the worst under high boost conditions but is good for longevity.
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Are these the same heat range or a diff heat range
The Brisk spark plugs we are offering is one step colder than stock. I would recommend this spark plug for anyone using a performance tune.

We also offer Denso iridium spark plugs for Focus ST with different heat range options.

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