NGK (2262) ZFR5F-11 V-Power Spark Plug, Pack of 1

NGK (2262) ZFR5F-11 V-Power of 1

NGK (2262) ZFR5F-11 V-Power Spark Plug, Pack of 1

by NGK

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  • 45 degree V-Power center electrode increases anti-fouling characteristics and performance
  • Increased fuel economy and lower emissions
  • Lowers ignition system voltage requirements
  • Greater ignitability and performance over conventional spark plugs
  • Trivalent metal plating has superior anti-corrosion and anti-seizing properties
  • Price: $2.09 Save: 52%
  • $4.40 List Price
  • In Stock
  • Free Shipping on orders over $35
  • Ships and sold by Amazon.com

  1. Brand: NGK
  2. Dimensions: 4.35 x 2.24 x 2.08 inches
  3. Shipping Weight: 0.1 pounds
  4. Item ID: upc:023899412839
  5. Item ID: ean:5052427527153
Economical performance and improved ignitability over standard NGK Spark Plugs original equipment manufacturer and racer approved. Lowers ignition system voltage requirements. Greater ignitability and performance over conventional spark plugs. Increased fuel economy and lower emissions. Highly durable against electrical and chemical wear.
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Trust OEM, April 19, 2012
Brenden
I had a set of IK16 Denso plugs in my d16 for 15k and they were worn out, supposedly good to 30k....

I went back to the OEM plugs that came with the car from the factory (these ones) and they came gaped properly and work well, seems to run better than it did with the IK16's



Honda's like NGKs, June 9, 2014
1Dub79 (Fairburn, Ga.)
I bought a 1998 Civic some months back. Well, in May, I ended up needing a tune-up. No biggie for me because they are easy to do. I bought some Bosch spark plugs because they were listed as a plug that was supposedly compatible with the Civic. Not to mention, when I owned other cars, I had this notion that I could just slap ANY compatible spark plug in the car and it would work fine. Of course, upon using the Bosch spark plugs, the car was running fairly well. For some reason, the car just didnt have the horsepower that I felt it shouldve had.

One day, I randomly looked at the owners manual and saw that the preferred spark plugs listed for the car are NGK or Denso. Well, something told me that they preferred those spark plugs for a reason. Well, the other day, I paid $2.09 a piece for some NGK spark plugs, which were actually cheaper than the Bosch spark plugs. Once I put them in and started driving, I noticed a significant.


Working as expected with better mileage, September 10, 2012
Ki_IOWA
I have an 2000 Honda Civic LX, and I change my sparks every 30,000 miles as suggested by the manual. My car has approximately 120,000 miles, and I get an average of 36 miles (with 65-70 miles per hour) per gallon in highways. After changing the spark, the car gets 38 miles for a while, so I am happy with it.
I did not buy a more expensive NGK (like iridium sparks) because I have to change them regularly. All used NGK spark look OK when I pulled them out after 30 K, so I think these are good products.



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