Guys.. this is what I've got:
from Denso Europe
- Electrode Gap
FK16HR11 = 1.1mm
IKH16TT = 1.0 mm
FKxxHR11 iridium electrode = 0.55mm
IKHxxTT iridium electrode = 0.4mm
In comparison, NGK's LZFR5BI-11 center electrode = 0.6mm
Looks like more confusion. This is what they say for the 1.0L:
This is what the European manual says for both models:
Oh and the 1.0l, collision avoidance, go faster paint jobs, and sunroof.
The E3 plug # is E3.68 I think.
Whereas RockAuto list 6 different types of Iridium plug options for a 2015 Mirage, & a number of NGK & Denso plugs are listed.
Pulling plugs you are happy with and replacing them with the same may be the best option.
Denso 3433 SK20HPR-L11 Iridium Long Life Plug has a bigger 0.7mm Iridium Tipped Center Electrode
IMHO we should be more concerned with the correct Heat range rather than with the so many choices of plugs having different center electrode sizes.
A few MPH members even used a colder NGK 1483 LFR6CGP platinum plug which is cheaper and reported better performance than the stock iridiums [at least in our country].
how much does this cost @Mitz NGK 1483 LFR6CGP
do you have a link where to buy here in PHLs??
View my fuel log 2015 Mirage GLS 1.2 manual: 26.3 mpg (US) ... 11.2 km/L ... 8.9 L/100 km ... 31.6 mpg (Imp)