[How is it used? Model used:FTR223 Applications:Street riding, Touring, Circuit Period of use:About 3 years or so Number of bottles used:About 4 Repeat purchases
Was the one you received as per Image? As you can see in the image, the electrode is thicker than the one made by Denso, so I felt I could use it with the Votani Coil.
Was the installation difficult? As long as you have a plug wrench, you should be able to do it without any problem if you are careful about the angle when tightening. There was no need to remove the tank.
How was your experience with it? As mentioned in the Title, I will describe my impressions of using it with the Uotani Coil. First of all, I was able to run with no trouble with the Utani Coil for the duration of its use. The electrode melted and I could not run. This was not the case. The Iridium plugs themselves are good, as they are used in conjunction with the Utani Coil, but the start-up was very good, and the torque feeling was Large. The Iridium plugs were excellent in terms of starting and torque, but once the electrodes got dirty from getting covered up, starting became extremely difficult, so I think the Standard Plug BP5HA would be a better choice for car bodies that use Watani Coil and tend to get covered up. The Life had been replaced with a new one between 5,000km and 6,000km, as the Torque feeling changes after about 5,000km.
[Included Parts:were they on? None
[Was there anything that disappointed you? None
Point and hang of installation Anti-seizure agent on the screw part of the Plug (Anti-seeds、CopperCompoundetc.) can be applied to prevent it from becoming a Trouble the next time it is replaced. I've been doing it that way for more than a decade, and I've never had a problem with the plug burning off. Also, it's not enough to tighten the plug as hard as you can, so read the product description carefully and do the work.