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NGK Spark Plugs on CRX

NGK Logo Heat Rating NGK plugs are standard Honda fit. The part number can be found on the timing belt cover. To most people BCPR6EY-11 doesn't mean very much. The format of the part number is specific to NGK but all spark plug manufactures rate plugs the same way.

This is a PDF formatted document for NGK Part Number Keys

Simple translation of the NGK Plug BCPR6EY-11:

Basically all plugs that can be used in a 1.5x start with BCP*E or BCPR*E. * Being for the heat range, best if used 6 or 5 and 7 can be used if you need slightly hotter or slightly colder plugs. For the type of plug you can have a S, Y, V, VX.

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NGK is the best
posted by: Craig on Monday, October 20, 2008 at 7:46 PM
I've always used NGK on my rex-es. They're very dependable and of high quality.
Work much better than all those fancy ones like Bosh Platinums or so.