Spark plugs OEM : DENSO or NGK
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    Spark plugs OEM : DENSO or NGK

    Hi guys,
    I have a doubt related with the OEM Spark Plugs for Civic SI 2012


    In the service mannual, Honda recommended:
    NGK ILZKR7B11S
    DENSO SXU22HCR11S


    Wich is better or both are the same ?? This spark plug its of Iridium, for 100.000 KMs of use

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    I replaced mine with Denso.
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    I replaced mine with the NGK.
    So far so good.

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    Swapped over to NGK. Didn't know it had Denso until I pulled them out.
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    Quote Originally Posted by TenZen View Post
    Swapped over to NGK. Didn't know it had Denso until I pulled them out.

    Thank's,.... I preffer continue with Denso.

    Should be better than NGK...?? in a minimun perceptión... if it's possible to note a minimum perception

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    I have always gone NGK. Can't go wrong with either tho.
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    Honda recommended both. It doesn't matter unless you know more than Honda about Hondas.
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    Either plug will do. I just prefer the NGK as I have always used them in all my Honda's.
    But you can't go wrong.

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