NGK Spark Plug Wire Sets HE56


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NGK Spark Plug Wire Sets
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Product:
NGK Spark Plug Wire Sets
Part Number:
HE56
Manufacturer:
NGK
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Condition:
New with Manufacturer's Warranty
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Retail Price:
$99.89
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$52.78 Shipped
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NGK Spark Plug Wire Sets HE56 Fitment:
1990-1993 Acura Integra GS / LS / RS - See notes below
1999-2001 Honda CR-V
NOTES:

DOHC

   

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NGK Spark Plug Wire Sets HE56

Our Spark Plug Wire Sets are built to meet stringent OEM tolerances for a variety of import vehicles

  • Superior Firing and Fuel Savings
  • Outstanding Durability
  • Consistent Performance
  • Excellent Noise Suppression
  • Perfect Fit for Your Car

When a spark plug fires, it creates a great deal of radio frequency interference (RFI) and electromagnetic interference (EMI). Uncontrolled, this can show up as static in the radio or other electronic devices, or much more seriously, in electronic ignitions, fuel injection, and engine management systems. This interference with EFI and engine management systems can cause "cross talk" between wiring harnesses resulting in poor running, misfiring and decreased performance.

NGK Resistor Spark Plug Wire Sets utilize a construction method known as "variable pitch" wire winding to create resistance to radio frequency interference. The variable pitch winding (loose/tight/loose) provides suppression throughout a very wide range by "scrambling" and breaking up the electrical waves radiated by the firing of the spark plugs.

CONSTRUCTION
A ferrite magnetic layer consisting of a mixture of rubber, plastic and powdered ferrite magnetic materials, offers uniform resistance and unsurpassed conductivity. NGK wires have a lower resistance than conventional carbon core wires (8k ohm/meter vs. 16k ohm/meter). This comparison is important to remember when you consider that many manufacturers recommend wires be replaced when the resistance exceeds 20k ohm/meter. This does not leave much margin for wear when the wire may only meet original standards at the very early stages of its life.