Good-Win Racing Mazda Performance Parts

HKS Iridium M-Series Spark Plug

2006 · 2.3L

Mazda3 2004-2018 · Engine


Part Number: 61-0980a

Year: 2006

Application: 2.3L

Price: $27.50

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Heat Range: 7

HKS M-Series spark plugs are high performance Iridium plugs designed to provide improved ignition performance, durability and anti-carbon build-up.

0.6mm Iridium Alloy Center Electrode
Outer Electrode with Platinum Chip
Short Type Outer Electrode (Anti-Vibration)
Thermal Edge
Spark Support Gap

*M Series is recommended for reliable ignition, durability and anti-carbon buildup under high load.

The Iridium alloy is used because of its durability and reliability. On an average plug, a narrow core typically shortens life span of plug but with the intense durability of iridium there is no sacrifice in any longevity. With a high melting point of 2454 degrees C, opposed to the 1769 degrees C of white gold, the electrode can tolerate the high levels of compression and minor knocking without any deterioration. A nickel coating on the housing also prevents the spark plug from premature deterioration. The Iridium plugs are available for multiple applications and offered in "colder" heat ranges of 7 and up and specifically for rotary, heat ranges of 9 and up are offered. PRICE IS PER PLUG!

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