Opinions on Ruths vs Brisk?
Yeah my car runs and logs the same on either plugs, but the Ruth’s require less attention is seems, as they don’t drastically open over 5k…. Not really sure why EQT likes to specify brisks “should be a last resort”both good
If you have the RS7s, gap them and throw them in. My car is mostly daily driven but also sees some back road / mountain thrashing a few times a year.Thanks! Mmm.... Basically it seems to depend on how much sustained heat you're going to be generating within the cylinder.
My car is mostly daily driven, but will get driven harder on backroads 6-8 times a year and, hopefully soon, once or twice per year at the track. Maybe I'm better off getting the NGK RS7 plugs and gapping them correctly. I have the gapping tool.
Sorry, got your post confused with someone else above, thought you were taking about the "RS7s", carry on...hahahaha. Yep, Ruth's are heat range 7 I am running them in my IS38 wagon including beating on them on the track...they are fine....I've run Denso IKH24s, stock NGKs, and the now infamous NGK "RS7" all with zero drama/issue.
They were the ones that were grenading motors first, or something like that. I remember seeing posts about the ceramic breaking off on the Brisks.Yeah my car runs and logs the same on either plugs, but the Ruth’s require less attention is seems, as they don’t drastically open over 5k…. Not really sure why EQT likes to specify brisks “should be a last resort”