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Hello first off i want to thank the d series community for just existing saved me a lot of time and effort on what I've been chasing in this car long story shorty traded my blazer for a 95 civic ex with a d16y8 swap out of a 00ex engine was rebuild only about 20k on the engine so im told was giving it some gas on the way home from work the other night and when i went to start it later to move into garage start getting all boggy and stututing so i have narrowed it down to either a injector or cylinder one so i change the spark plug wires around and cylinder 2 sounded dead so my problem is looking anything up for is car is having my mind twisted the car is obd1 with a unchipped p28 d16y8 head and bottom end and d16z6 throttle body . What plug wires and spark plugs are best information on the build
D16Y8 motor and trans year 2000
new pistons,
crank and rod bearings,
decked the block and head,
valves were vacuum tested,
shim oil pump.
bought a rebuild kit
from rockauto
that was all oversized
for the new bore
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NGK spark plug wires, and NGK spark plugs. G power or V power will be fine on the plugs. Stuttering could also be the distributor trying to give up on you. Try plugs and wires first though.
Thanks i was thinking the same thing. do you happen to know what ngk plugs exactly ?

I am confident that your build will be happy with the spark plugs that are recommended all over the forum.
yes ngk ngk ngk but what i was wondering in the number of the part exactly sorry for not clearifying everytime i look it up says wont fit my car
 

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Simple, cheap, and guaranteed to last. NGK V-Power copper plugs in the stock heatrange 5, and NGK blue wires.

For 40-50 bucks those are the parts that have proven themselves for decades to work perfectly.

You always want to stick to OEM for ignition components, or as close to OEM style as possible.

Some folks dislike copper plugs since they have a lower lifespan. They dont seem to realize changing $8 worth of spark plugs every few years is NOT a bad thing.
and again im asking partnumbers please
 
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