NGK Spark Plug Standard CR8EH-9 5666
Incl. VAT
€ 9,49
NGK Spark Plug Standard CR8EH-9 5666

NGK Spark Plug Standard CR8EH-9 5666

  • 1 year + 14 days return
  • New part (price include VAT)
  • 9.3 / 10 based on 16166 Ratings
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€ 9,49
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In combination with

Ceramic Grease

1x
NGK Spark Plug Standard CR8EH-9 5666 + accessoires
€ 9,49
In combination with:
  • 1x
    Putoline Assembly Paste Ceramic Grease 100GR
    € 5,95
Total
Incl. VAT
€ 15,44

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Part
Spark Plug
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New part (price include VAT)
Sparkplug type
Standard

Short description

NGK Spark plug CR8EH-9 Standard Long shaft (19mm) Thread: C Heat degree: 8 Resistance: 5kOhm NGK is...

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Full description

NGK Spark plug CR8EH-9 Standard Long shaft (19mm) Thread: C Heat degree: 8 Resistance: 5kOhm NGK is the name in qualitative parts for the ignition system. This means that NGK parts are used in a large part of all engines. The spark plug is part of the ignition system for the petrol engine. This creates a spark for ignition of the engine. Because a spark plug will operate frequently, they will wear out and / or become dirty. It is therefore very important to replace them in time. Symptoms such as stalling followed by a rough idling engine may indicate a worn spark plug. To see if the NGK spark plug is suitable for your motorcycle, see the manual of your motorcycle. Make sure you only use the specified spark plug type. Only very rarely can a different degree of heat yield a small improvement. However, if a long shank is placed in a short shank in the cylinder head when replaced, the piston will be damaged. When the spark plugs are reasonably to easily accessible, replacing them is not very difficult, but there are still a number of aspects to consider. Especially when replacing a spark plug of modern vehicles, it is important that you have the right tools available. If you do not have the correct size torque wrench, there is a high chance that the spark plugs will be damaged. It is also very important to replace the spark plug when the engine has cooled down. Today, engines are often equipped with aluminum cylinder heads that expand when heated. This can cause the spark plug to get stuck.