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  • Brisk spark plugs

    I was just exposed to these at the NASA Championships. Anyone have experience with the multi-spark Brisk plugs?

    https://www.briskusa.com/brisk_multi...rk_spark_plugs


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    Tested these several years ago on a dynapak dyno. No improvement vs ND or NGK plugs and a lot more expensive. Might be worth something on something other than a Miata.
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    • #3
      Originally posted by markn View Post
      Tested these several years ago on a dynapak dyno. No improvement vs ND or NGK plugs and a lot more expensive. Might be worth something on something other than a Miata.
      Yeah, I have long been suspect of performance differences in spark plugs back to the 1970s when I started racing motorcycles. I remember buying the expensive gold tip and platinum spark plugs with the small electrodes for three times as much. I noticed no change in power/performance, but on a motorcycle that never fouled plugs even with weeks of use, I could foul a plug in 1/2 day with the expensive ones.
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      • #4
        Thanks, Mark. I saw the Brisk plugs at COTA, and I didn't know anything about them, so I figured I'd ask here.

        Oli, I've had similar experiences with fouling the thin-wire plugs, too.
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