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Technical => Lucas, Electrical, Ignition => Topic started by: rockthedog on 03.03. 2012 17:44

Title: plug caps
Post by: rockthedog on 03.03. 2012 17:44
hi all what are the best spark plug caps for my a10 58 flash, *smiley4* with magneto, also do you recommend good plugs thank you
Title: Re: plug caps
Post by: rocket111 on 03.03. 2012 18:06
not sure on your choice of plugs but i do know that with a mag the plug caps with a built in resistor are to be avoided
Title: Re: plug caps
Post by: rockthedog on 03.03. 2012 20:03
not sure on your choice of plugs but i do know that with a mag the plug caps with a built in resistor are to be avoided
   may just go for the old rubber caps with brass incert cheers
Title: Re: plug caps
Post by: beezermacc on 03.03. 2012 20:35
not sure on your choice of plugs but i do know that with a mag the plug caps with a built in resistor are to be avoided

Spot on!  There are two popular types on the market at the moment, NGK type LZFH non resistor and some unbranded rubber ones (originating from Wassell) also non-resistor. They both retail at about £1.25 each.
Title: Re: plug caps
Post by: rockthedog on 03.03. 2012 21:53
not sure on your choice of plugs but i do know that with a mag the plug caps with a built in resistor are to be avoided

Spot on!  There are two popular types on the market at the moment, NGK type LZFH non resistor and some unbranded rubber ones (originating from Wassell) also non-resistor. They both retail at about £1.25 each.
cheers beezermacc sounds just the job
Title: Re: plug caps
Post by: Triton Thrasher on 03.03. 2012 23:16
If you can still get Denso iridium plugs without resistors, they may perform slightly better than standard types.