Precious metals add up to a hot spark plug: NGK platinum and Iridium plugs can burn the leanest mixtures and build more horsepower
A conductive core with exceptional shielding helps NGK plug wires deliver the spark without interfering with your radio or computer systems
There are several levels of NGK spark plugs available to meet different performance goals and price points
Now you know: NGK builds an oxygen sensor using the same quality engineering that's made them a famous name in spark plugs
NGK spark plug wires are only wires in the loosest sense of the word. If they were made of a solid wire material, your NGK spark plug wires would emit so much RF interference that you wouldn't be able to hear the radio or use electronic fuel injection. Instead, NGK spark plug wires use a core made up of a rubber and plastic compound blended with iron and other ferrous metals. That gives NGK spark plug wires exceptionally low resistance, low RF emissions, and great flexibility for all the kinks and bends that they have to endure. NGK spark plug wires then get another layer of RF shielding to ensure that no electrical leakage occurs, leakage that could misfire another plug wire, a fuel injector, or throw your timing off. At the center of your NGK spark plug wires is a core of Kevlar material for strength, and the whole shebang is covered with heat and oil resistant silicone and EPDM rubber. So, what does all that mean to you, the car owner and enthusiast? It means that NGK spark plug wires will outlast, outbend, out-conduct, and outperform all other comparable spark plug wires on the market. Simply put, NGK spark plug wires are the best OE replacement wire sets available today. And if you need more convincing, they don't cost an arm and a leg either, so pick up some NGK spark plug wires and try them for yourself.Import enthusiasts have been using NGK spark plug products for years now, and the domestic community has caught on too. We thought it was unusual the first time we saw a 5.0 Mustang wearing an NGK spark plug sticker on its windowuntil we saw that Mustang beat its competition soundly in the quarter mile run! You can get an NGK spark plug for just about everything from your piston-engine airplane to your gas trimmer, and there are different NGK spark plug types for different applications. For good all-around performance and OE replacement duty, the standard NGK spark plug is an ideal choice. For performance applications, step up to the V-Power NGK spark plug, though. Its patented V channel gives a hotter spark and better combustion in your engine. For the top of the line cars, though, you want either a platinum or iridium NGK spark plug set firing off the mix. The precious metals in these NGK spark plugs let more power get into the combustion chamber for a hotter spark with a larger gap. From a fuel efficiency standpoint, the Iridium and Iridium IX NGK spark plug will also burn leaner mixtures efficientlythat means you use less gasoline too. Thousands of performance enthusiasts and mechanics alike have learned to trust the NGK spark plug design. Perhaps it's time you tried an NGK spark plug in your vehicle tooor you could always start with an NGK spark plug in your gas trimmer and work your way up.You're probably familiar with NGK spark plugs, but did you know there was also such a thing as an NGK oxygen sensor? That's right, the same parent company that produces your favorite plugs also has a facility making the finest OE and replacement NGK oxygen sensor products in the world. Let's start out by looking at what a bad O2 sensor in your vehicle's exhaust system can do. If you notice a reduction in gas mileage coupled with low power and a rotten smell from your tailpipe, you're almost certainly a candidate for a new NGK oxygen sensor. The NGK oxygen sensor measures the quantity of oxygen in the exhaust. Your car's fuel injection and ignition computers analyze that data, and then adjust the fuel and ignition to ensure that the right oxygen dilution is maintained at all times. Without a working NGK oxygen sensor, false readings result in your car defaulting to a rich mixture, with the resulting symptoms mentioned above. In advanced cases, failing to install a new NGK oxygen sensor can leave you with a bad catalytic converter. Take our word for it: An NGK oxygen sensor costs a lot less than a new catalyst. Plus each NGK oxygen sensor comes with the correct factory fittings and is fully tested to ensure easy installation and complete reliability. So get back your gas mileage and protect your catalytic converter. Install a new NGK oxygen sensor on your car or truck today.