Question about 1995 Honda Accord
I've never found there to be any performance differences for the Accord using copper core plugs versus iridium. The iridium plugs cost substantially more, but last longer. They are more reliable.
However, if you are looking for such things as better performance, then the best potential rests on the copper core type. If you've modified the car such as added a turbo or supercharger, copper plugs are best. The reason for that is that copper core plugs have a lower heat range than iridium. Heat range is in reference to how quickly the electrode cools after the spark has fired. Copper dissipates heat faster than iridium. In your cylinder you want the only fuel ignition source to be the spark and never anything else...such as the end of a spark plug that is still hot enough to ignite your fuel without the spark plug firing. A copper plug is least likely to do this.
Posted on Mar 19, 2011
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