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Old 05-13-2014, 03:43 AM   #1
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Default Novarossi Plus S4/ps Glow plug Q...

Hi I have this engine, this engine came with a standard glow plug,
I have a question is there any possiability to install turbo glow plug,

If not what are the best standard Glow plugs for this engine ???

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Old 05-13-2014, 06:22 AM   #2
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Unfortunately, an engine that uses standard glow plugs cannot use turbo plugs; the threads and size of the plugs are very different

From Amainhobbies.com:

#4 - Very hot filament glow plug - used in high temperature conditions
#5 - Hot glow filament plug
#6 - Medium filament glow plug
#7 - Cold filament glow plug
#8 - Very cold filament glow plug - used in low temperature conditions

The best plug for you depends on your climate and what percentage of nitro fuel you use (25%, 30%, etc.). Typically, a lower temperature plug can be used with higher percentage nitro fuels, and vise versa.
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