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What is the difference between bpr5es and bpr6es?

Last Updated: 17th April, 2021

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The BPR5ES will run hotter than the BPR6ES. Running a BPR6ES in an engine designed for a BPR5ES may cause premature fouling, and running a BPR5ES in an engine designed for a BPR6ES may cause detonation.

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Likewise, people ask, what is the difference between bp5es and bpr5es?

BPR5ES is a standard resistor (R) plug. BP5ES is the same standard plug without the resistor. The resistor plug is really more for cars with a lot of electrics that might cause interference, you can run either.

Similarly, what spark plug does a Honda gx160 take?

Model Plug Cap NGK
3.5/GX110 0.030 BP6ES/S130849
4.0/GX120, GXV120 0.030 BP5ES/S130922
5.0/GX140, GXV140 0.030 BP6ES/S130849
5.5/GX160, GXV160 0.030 BP5ES/S130922

Subsequently, question is, what does NGK bpr6es fit?

The NGK BPR6ES is the correct spark plug for most Honda and Honda clone lawn and garden engines. This includes the Honda GC160, GC190, GX270, GX390, some Briggs & Stratton engines, Harbor Freight Predator, and the R200, R301, and R420 Raven engines found on RuggedMade log splitters.

What's the difference between resistor and non resistor spark plugs?

Using a non resistor spark plug on a system designed for resistor plugs will weaken your spark and therefore negatively affect power output of the engine. Using a resistor spark plug on and ignition system designed for non-resistor spark plugs also negatively affects power output.

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