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    This is a discussion on Brisk Silver Racing spark plugs for the 1.4T within the Eurocompulsion forums, part of the Dodge Dart Forum - Supporting Vendors category; Originally Posted by Exitus04 The difference isnt noticed when youre sitting idle... It when you are cruising... so, if you are driving and say are ...

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      Quote Originally Posted by Exitus04 View Post
      The difference isnt noticed when youre sitting idle... It when you are cruising... so, if you are driving and say are going around 45MPH and the car is in 5th gear and you are on the gas a little the car will start to have hesitation due to the gap being too small and not having a large enough spark... This will happen at pretty much any MPH because these plugs dont like cruising, they like being driven hard! But for those of us who are daily driving our darts and want to have MPG as well they dont work the best. You gotta remember that these plugs are for RACING application, meaning that they are supposed to be used for HIGH heat and extreme load on the engine constantly. If you constantly drive in a "spirited" manner then you wont notice a problem, but if you like to save gas and drive like a normal person then these plugs can show issues.
      no problem where should i begin with my little issue or is it not even an issue just over thinking it?

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      Quote Originally Posted by Buddersnaps View Post
      no problem where should i begin with my little issue or is it not even an issue just over thinking it?
      I think you may just be overthinking it a bit... youll notice it when it becomes a problem... trust me, it kinda feels like the car is misfiring but without the CEL.
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      thanks, appreciate your time

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      Quote Originally Posted by Greg@EC View Post
      They don't last long, but at the moment they are the ONLY option for a colder plug.

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      been running these plugs great. no problems starting up even in 4 degree weather. but i see the post above the one i quoted a forum member posted his brisk plugs that are shot at 7000 miles. how often should i change them?

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      Quote Originally Posted by Buddersnaps View Post
      been running these plugs great. no problems starting up even in 4 degree weather. but i see the post above the one i quoted a forum member posted his brisk plugs that are shot at 7000 miles. how often should i change them?
      From what I'm hearing...very often. Typically every oil change; 7,000 miles is pretty normal.
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      Quote Originally Posted by SmokyOwl View Post
      From what I'm hearing...very often. Typically every oil change; 7,000 miles is pretty normal.
      so i should be changing my oil every 7k aswell?

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      Quote Originally Posted by Buddersnaps View Post
      so i should be changing my oil every 7k aswell?

      Typically the consensus on this forum is 5,000 miles. I like it because it's easy to remember....60,000....65,000....70,000..... The dealership says 8,000, but changing your oil more often is better for engine longevity and prolongs better mpgs down the road.

      Edit: not to speak for everybody here, I know folks here that change it at 6k, 7k, and 8k miles too.
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      synthetic oil every 5k

      plugs every 20k-30k

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      Quote Originally Posted by pkgmsu2000 View Post
      synthetic oil every 5k

      plugs every 20k-30k
      wow okay 20 to 30k! @sharkcohen plugs were shot at 7k

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      Quote Originally Posted by Buddersnaps View Post
      wow okay 20 to 30k! @sharkcohen plugs were shot at 7k
      @pkgmsu2000 , I'm not sure if you were aware this was the Brisk thread. In a normal 1.4t application, you will want to check your plugs around 20k-30k. With the Silver Brisk plugs, you will want to check them between 5k-7k to maximize their effectiveness. Either way it is a good habit (no matter which engine platform) to check your plugs each oil change interval.
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