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03-06-02, 09:36 PM
What do they do??? Is it for radio suppression?? Or is it more??
Can i replace BKR6E, NGK plugs. With BK6EV. This last plug is a fine wire plug. I use them in my moto and they seem to resist fouling and high RPM really well.
04-06-02, 10:37 AM
The resistor is only there to stop that Formula 1 sound coming through your stereo ... could also help other radio / cb interference
04-06-02, 01:34 PM
Like when you use stainless core neon lighting cable instead of high tension leads. With effectivly "0" ohms resistance. compared with 16000 ohms.
04-06-02, 01:37 PM
You are better going for a Non resistor plug if you canv
Hey trd whats this about using the stainless cored neon wire stuff? i am going to invest in a new set of leads soon and whats the deal with this stuff? how much is it and where do i get it from?
do you use it?
04-06-02, 11:20 PM
We used to use it on offroad buggys. It is clear silicon insulated stainless braid. It is for Neon lighting (megga high voltage)
Price it a electrical wholesalers. it is probably worth a fortune but.
(i did have 20 mt of it, but it has gone bye bye.)
if i did manage to find some could i take it to an ignitions lead place and they would be able to put the normal connectors on or do they need to be special ones?
04-06-02, 11:24 PM
You can put all the old fittings onto the new leads yourself!!
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