Spark plug

Andrea Westermann /
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A friend gifts me a box of 8 spark plug

I was wondering if I can use them on my ciao piaggio original motor or are not good !!??

What do you think about ??

CHAMPION L90 C

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https://www.sparkplug-crossreference.com/convert/CHAMP_PN/L90C

It'll work, but I don't know what the heat range is on that plug.

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Andrea Westermann /

Heat range 5

What do you think??

Good or not good

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> Andrea Westermann Wrote:

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> Heat range 5

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> What do you think??

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> Good or not good

Yeah that plug should run fine

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Compare one side by side with the one from moped. Be sure they are exactly the same length.

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yeah looks maybe too long. might work. We have a box of plugs that kindof work that get used for testing and setup stuffbut they don't stay in bikes. sometimes it's useful to have some throw-aways

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> Born to be WillD Wrote:

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> yeah looks maybe too long. might work. We have a box of plugs that

> kindof work that get used for testing and setup stuffbut they don't stay

> in bikes. sometimes it's useful to have some throw-aways

Ive actually had one kiss the top of a piston and mash the electrode flat without damaging the piston.

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According to the haynes shop manual , Bosch W95T1 is the stock plug .

https://vintagemopeds.files.wordpress.com/2013/10/haynes-ciao-and-bravo-repair-manual.pdf .

Page 43 .

That plug crosses to L90C , according to :

https://www.sparkplug-crossreference.com/convert/BOSCH_PN/W95T1

Bosch W95T1 replacement spark plugs

Beru 14X-AU

Beru Z85

Champion L82C

Champion L90C

NGK 4110

NGK B4H

Torch E4C (edited)

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> P D Wrote:

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> According to the haynes shop manual , Bosch W95T1 is the stock plug .

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> https://vintagemopeds.files.wordpress.com/2013/10/haynes-ciao-and-bravo-repair-manual.pdf

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> Page 43 .

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> That plug crosses to L90C , according to :

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> https://www.sparkplug-crossreference.com/convert/BOSCH_PN/W95T1

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> Bosch W95T1 replacement spark plugs

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> Beru 14X-AU

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> Beru Z85

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> Champion L82C

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> Champion L90C

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> NGK 4110

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> NGK B4H

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> Torch E4C

Yeah this is what I was trying to say with my first response. The website says it'll fit but the picture on the box looks long cause it's just a generic spark plug picture

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Andrea Westermann /

Thank you

Urs the plug is short

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> Andrea Westermann Wrote:

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> Urs the plug is short

What are you trying to say ??? (edited)

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> P D Wrote:

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> > Andrea Westermann Wrote:

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> > Urs the plug is short

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> What are you trying to say ???

"Yes the plug is short" is what he meant to say. It's not long threaded like on the box

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Andrea Westermann /

Exactly

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Ah . Fat finger syndrome . ;)

Musta been texting while driving .

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> live ɘvil Wrote:

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> > Born to be WillD Wrote:

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> > yeah looks maybe too long. might work. We have a box of plugs that

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> > kindof work that get used for testing and setup stuffbut they don't

> stay

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> > in bikes. sometimes it's useful to have some throw-aways

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> Ive actually had one kiss the top of a piston and mash the electrode

> flat without damaging the piston.

I was just throwing that out there without looking up and cross refferencing. It can happen.

In my case I was trying to run a stock plug in an after market head. That's what happens when you dont pay attention. (edited)

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