DENSO Sales California's 2008 Spark Plug and Ignition Wire Catalog Covers Domestic and Import Applications

DENSO Sales California’s 2008 Spark Plug and Ignition Wire Catalog Covers Domestic and Import Applications

DENSO Sales California's 2008 Spark Plug and Ignition Wire Catalog (#SPIW-CAT-0408) covers domestic and import automotive, light truck and van applications with more than 500 new applications. It includes part numbers for DENSO's entire line of ....

DENSO Sales California’s 2008 Spark Plug and Ignition Wire Catalog (#SPIW-CAT-0408) covers domestic and import automotive, light truck and van applications with more than 500 new applications.

It includes part numbers for DENSO’s entire line of spark plugs, including the U-Groove, Double Platinum, Iridium Long-Life, Iridium Power and Iridium Racing plugs, as well as expanded Iridium spark plug coverage for more than 2,300 applications. The catalog includes detailed spark plug and ignition wire specifications and applications, a cylinder head application chart, electrode configuration identification charts, spark plug installation information and torque specifications. Spark plug and ignition wire buyer’s guides and cross-reference guides are also included.

DENSO pioneered the use of platinum in spark plug manufacturing. Platinum offers superior resistance to erosion and corrosion enabling DENSO to create a spark plug capable of consistent, extended operation in excess of 60,000 miles. DENSO Iridium spark plugs contain more than 90 percent Iridium alloy, the highest concentration on the market. DENSO Iridium spark plugs increase horsepower, boost fuel economy and improve acceleration.

To obtain a copy of the 2008 spark plug and ignition wire catalog or any other DENSO catalog, contact your local DENSO representative or call 1-888-96-DENSO.

For more information about DENSO, go to www.densoaftermarket.com.

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