Are iridium plugs available without resistance built in? I wonder if they have better heat range, so can run hot to keep clean, without damaging themselves? But plugs with suppresors built in are not supposed to be used with a magneto. The NGK lists I have seen all appear to have a letter R in the number.
Not being aware of these exclusions, I have run both my 650SS and Velo Thruxton on Denso Iridium IW22s for the last 5 years or so. The Norton has Boyer ignition, the Velo K1F Magneto. Both have been completely faultless.
I use Iridium plugs in my coil ign 99 , And they work very well, Unsuppressed HT systems can damage some electronics and interfere with other equipment. I would not use a suppressor on my Rudge as the mag is old and weak.Will a suppressor damage a mag that has indifferent insulation?, Good question.
Hello now champion do a N9BYC 3point electrode heat range is the same as N5C
Yours Anna j
I did try a set of those in my 99 Anna and they did no better than std plugs.The fine wire plugs have kept going though. I expect once I get to the bottom of the issue any of the wide range of plugs I have previously tried will work ok.My suspicion is that 3 factors are at play. An air filter (non std), slight wear in the jet and fuel additives in Esso Synergy plus designed to cleen injection systems.