YES they'll work just fine(hope you're not useing br9es's in an srx)
"B" is thread diameter (14mm)
"R" is resistor
"9" is heat range
"E" is thread reach (length)
"s" stands for standard electrode
"y" stands for grooved electrode
"a" is a special shaped electrode
why shouldnt i run br9s in the srx ?i was refering to my vmax and xlv's when i asked. i have a vintage snowmobile repair manual that states the srx should use b9ev is this correct if not what plug do you recommend
srx's (new triple srx's) use ecs plugs to keep the tip from over heeting on extended wide open running, old srx's can run es,ev,evx,ecs,& unless we learn somthing new eya's. ev's & evx's beeing the bst choices to keep from fouling
gee lets see yes the ECS is an anti detonation design the tip will not overheat. EYA is an antifouling design it is longer to the ceramic. I believe the EYA will heat up too much at the tip & cause detonation. Its antifouling it must be hotter somehow yes? The recommendations from NGK are there for a reason don't you think?
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