NGKA9EFP A9efp Ngk Honda - NGKA9-EFP

My bike is fitted with the NGK A9EFP spark plug, what advantages if any are there in fitting the AU10 EFP plug or was it the manufacturers superceding the part.

I am looking for a spark plug for the thing

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  • Brand (SUZUKI), Manufacturer Part Number (A9EFP), Country/Region of Manufacture (Japan),I have several of these if you want more than one i will combine shipping. This listing is for a nos oem suzuki re5 rotary engine motorcycle ngk a9efp spark plug in the original genuine suzuki package. Suzuki part number Phone flat rate shipping is for lower Phone i prefer to use usps flat rate boxes but if you prefer different shipping message me with your address and i,ll get you a shipping quote. I dont think these are available anymore.

    One would think that the topic of spark plugs would not be interesting at all - heck they have been available and used in engines for over a century ! Not so - there is an emerging problem for older Japanese motorcycles as in some cases, the originally recommended plugs are just not being made. For example - my 1966 Yamaha YA6 calls for an NGK B7HZ spark plug - try to find one ! And if you own an RE5 then you have a real problem as the NGK A9EFP plug was only made for that model of machine, and has not been manufactured for years. And while in most cases it is possible to use a substitute spark plug type in place of the original, the range of options seems to be decreasing as it appears most plugs these days are 'resistor' plugs rather than the original non-resistor style spark plug.

  • I am looking for a spark plug for the thing. It originally used an NGK A9EFP plug, which has been discontinued. Currently, both Bike Bandit and my local shops told me the comparable plug that is still being made is the AU10.

Suzuki Re5 Rotary Wankel Spark Plug Ngk Au10efp A9efp.