Separate names with a comma.
Discussion in 'Motorized Bicycle General Discussion' started by toker_ace, May 22, 2009.
is the bpr6hs the same as the bp6hs. The bpr6hs is all I can find. thanks
I talked to a motorcycle shop about it. He said the only difference is that there is a resistor at the bottom to burn away the oil and prevent foul. I don't know if that helps, but if you have experience let me know what happened!
The only difference is a resistor. It's there to prevent EMI with radios and such.
Isn't the resistor designed to prevent foul up?
No. Use a good oil and very fresh gas, correct ratio and plug with the correct heat range plug for your weather, and set up - and fouling will be rare.
Listen to Pablo.
Resistance plugs and wire are intended to reduce electrical interference with critical electronic components of today's cars. Originally resistance wire was introduced to eliminate the static 'buzz' you could get from solid conductor ignition wire in car radios. As the electronics became more sophisticated the need for a way to protect it from high voltage Rf interference became more essential, thus the introduction of resistance plugs and wire. Our little engines will run on resistance components but there is no need for it...unless you can't hear the music on your I-pod.