On Tue, 18 Feb 1997 21:25:24 -0500 Ken Streeter <email@example.com>
>Dave Terrick wrote:
>> Hi all, 2 cents worth based on experience.
>> I found NGK BPR 6ES plugs cheap and most effective. In Canada,
>> last for about 2 months at most - also confirmed by TR3 and 4 owners
>> misfired develop quickly. Bosch Platinums work fine so long as you
>> burn any oil (hah, tha's a good one!) but are expensive.
>Hmm. Maybe I've just been lucky, but I'v had good luck with
>Champion plugs in my TR6. I don't know if the batch or shelf
>life matters much. I buy mine at Walmart!
I run an Allison electronic ignition in my TR6 and ,frankly, I don't even
think about spark plugs anymore. Don't worry about points anymore,
either. I recommend it.
1972 Triumph TR6 (Getting ready for paint)
1984 Jaguar XJ6 (2 ea - some people never learn)
1967 Jaguar XKE 2+2 (latest acquisition)
1966 Morris Minor (everything a car should be)
1971 Land Rover (Farm use)
1967 Daimler V8 Saloon (Be patient! I'm workin' on it)
1958 Velocette MSS (500cc single)
1987 VW Golf GTI (How did that sneak in here?)
1972 Grady White Chesapeake Mercruiser I/O