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    BOR 12 LGS after 18000 km

    This is what it looks like the BOR12LGS after 18000 km
    No signs of wear
    just a bit of scaling
    I replaced as a precaution
    I'm really happy with this spark



    No one uses them here on the forum?
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    Pegaso 650 - 39150 km at 200.000 km
    Data la causa la natura opera l'effetto nel pił breve tempo che operar si possa.
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    Never heard of this plug, but I am really happy with the Iridium plug that I have fitted to my Peg.

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    Just ordered a set of 4 ($17.99 + postage $3.99) - curious as I am..

    I also have a set of Nology cable which needs to be installed, all excited to test it.
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    I m thinking of fitting that one
    http://www.extremespark.com/products.html
    european site:
    http://www.torquemaster.it/mainuk.htm

    I ve mailed them and they have a plug for 1995 pegaso (12.50 dollars per plug, 92 euros the complete fitment)....
    Check it out...
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    Kind of reminds me of the whole splitfire spark plug craze. Their spiel was that the flame kernel was exposed to the fuel air mix better and not blocked by the electrode, easily resolved by indexing regular plugs(gap open to intake valves). Personally, went the iridium plug route which feels more consistent and smoother than regular plugs. Also check out powerstar spark plugs. Check the video. How much spark is needed to ignite the mixture?

    http://www.powerstarsparkplugs.com/

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    Quote Originally Posted by Blaest View Post
    Just ordered a set of 4 ($17.99 + postage $3.99) - curious as I am..
    do you buy them from ebay? I see it for $17.99 each, a set of 4 costs $59.99, right?
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    I read is as 1 set (of 4 pieces)
    http://cgi.ebay.com/ebaymotors/ws/eB...K%3AMEWNX%3AIT

    I think it is 1 piece even it says: "You are Bidding on a Brand new in Box set of 4 Brisk Spark Plugs for.."
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    seems like not too fair play from them. inside the description:
    "Content: 1 PC
    BRISK:
    1x BOR12LGS"
    sure 1 spark is enough for Peg, but for 20 bucks we can afford an Iridium NGK plug, I think...
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    Price seems about right for 1.

    Yes these are more £££ than iriduim but perhaps better as well??? The verdict is out on that one...

    Don't forget Denso iridium (with smaller (0.4mm?) tip is better than NGK.

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    Rotax perhaps for an experiment you could try a standard plug for a couple of days and explain the difference?

    We know the difference the iriduim makes fairly well.

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    Quote Originally Posted by men8ifr View Post
    Rotax perhaps for an experiment you could try a standard plug for a couple of days and explain the difference?

    We know the difference the iriduim makes fairly well.
    I already tried previously EIX NGK Iridium and Triple Brisk spark like this:
    http://www.briskusa.com/products.htm # multispark
    no candle gave me good results as the BOR12LGS!
    The best for me
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?gl=IT&hl=it&v=I5-ig3Z7jxY
    http://www.briskusa.com/test_results04_germany.htm

    Only problem with mounting it about the hex key assembly that is 16 mm

    guys buy them directly on the site of Brisk in Czechoslovakia, 18 euro for 2 candles peggy including shipping to the face of those who want straguadagnare above.

    English website:
    http://www.brisk.biz/

    below the invoice that I received in June


    BOR12LGS 3.619 EUR 2 7.24
    Freight charge EUR 8.00 1 8.00
    VAT 19% 0.19 15.24 2.90
    18 18.13 TOTAL AMOUNT

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    Pegaso 650 - 39150 km at 200.000 km
    Data la causa la natura opera l'effetto nel pił breve tempo che operar si possa.
    Leonardo da Vinci.

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    http://www.briskracing.com/search.php?mode=search
    1 plug only is 17.99$
    I think I ll go for it...
    Rorax655 do I need to replace any cables and stuff.... Or is it a fit n go...?
    Aprilia Pegaso 650cc 1995 (MK2) black, hagon shock

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    I was interested in this as well



    Interesting and useful to know it is not as good as the 4 pronged ones.

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    To me iriduim never made any difference! I know of 2 more persons with the Mk1 who says the same.
    -but both says the Nology did!

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    Last edited by Blaest; 02-12-2010 at 01:39 PM.
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    Nology in their site only has product for RS RSV... Which one is for us?
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