Universal Technical Institute (UTI) Dyno Testing

Brisk uses a different heat range scale than most of us are accustomed to, as the numeric values increase so does the heat range, the exact opposite of most standard brands.

 

 

Please note that only NEW plugs were used for testing on the following tests.

This first test vehicle was a 1991 Nissan 240sx, we tested 4 types of plugs total 3 of which consisted of Brisk models. The only modifications this car had from stock form were a cold air intake, dual electric fans, cat back exhaust system and a 4-2-1 header. Approximately 20 mins were given between each test run to ensure accurate results.

The Following Plugs were tested in this 240SX:   1) NGK Copper Plugs, 89 Octane Fuel, MAX POWER = 139.8 / MAX TORQUE = 143.8    2) Brisk DOR14LGS, 89 Octane Fuel, MAX POWER = 141.3 / MAX TORQUE = 146.6   3) Brisk DOR14ZC, 89 Octane Fuel, MAX POWER = 141.6 / MAX TORQUE = 148.7   4) Brisk DR14S Silver, 89 Octane Fuel, MAX POWER = 143.3 / MAX TORQUE = 150.1

The final result was a MAX POWER gain of 3.5whp and MAX TORQUE gain of 6.3ft/lbs.   This gain was achieved by using Brisk DR14S Sliver Plugs.

 

 

The second test vehicle was a 1992 Honda Civic Hatchback, we tested 2 types of plugs 1 of which consisted of a Brisk model. Modifications this car had from stock form are too many to list, basicly it had a fully built turbocharged Type-R motor, running 15lbs. of boost on 93 Octane pump gas. Approximately 20 mins were given between each test run to ensure accurate results.

 

The Following Plugs were tested in this Honda Civic:   1) NGK Copper Plugs #8, 93 Octane Fuel, MAX POWER = 312.6 / MAX TORQUE = 241.3   2) Brisk DOR14LGS-T, 93 Octane Fuel, MAX POWER = 336.7 / MAX TORQUE = 254.1

The final result was a MAX POWER gain of 24.1whp and MAX TORQUE gain of 12.8ft/lbs.   This gain was achieved by using Brisk DOR14LGS-T Plugs.

 

 

The third test vehicle was a 1998 240sx, we tested 2 types of plugs 1 of which consisted of Brisk a model. This 240SX has an RB25DET Skyline motor, fine tuned with an Apex-i SAFC, running 12lbs. of boost on 93 Octane pump gas. Approximately 20 mins were given between each test run to ensure accurate results.

 

 

The Following Plugs were tested in this 240SX:   1) NGK Copper Plugs, 93 Octane Fuel, MAX POWER = 263.2 / MAX TORQUE = 229.0   2) Brisk DOR14LGS-T, 93 Octane Fuel, MAX POWER = 268.0 / MAX TORQUE = 234.3

The final result was a MAX POWER gain of 4.8whp and MAX TORQUE gain of 5.3ft/lbs.   This gain was achieved by using Brisk DOR14LGS-T Plugs.

The first 2 pulls viewed below were made to correct air/fuel, once this was achived the final pull (DYNORUN.003) was our baseline for the NGK plugs.

 

 

This following dyno graph is with the brisk DOR14LGS-T plugs installed.

 

 

The fourth test vehicle was a 2004 Mach1 Mustang, we tested 2 types of plugs 1 of which consisted of Brisk a model. This Mach1 Mustang was completely stock on 93 Octane pump gas. Approximately 20 mins were given between each test run to ensure accurate results.

The Following Plugs were tested in this Mach1 Mustang:   1) NGK Stock Plugs, 93 Octane Fuel, MAX POWER = 270.3 / MAX TORQUE = 290.2   2) Brisk GOR17LGS, 93 Octane Fuel, MAX POWER = 275.8 / MAX TORQUE = 300.8

The final result was a MAX POWER gain of 5.5whp and MAX TORQUE gain of 10.6ft/lbs.   This gain was achieved by using Brisk GOR17LGS Plugs.

 

 

In conclusion every Brisk plug that we tested gained a minimum of 3.5whp and 5.3ft/lb of torque and in some cases gained up to a 24.1whp and 12.8ft/lb of torque. We were very satisfied with the results that we achieved and definitely recommend these plugs to individuals wanting to make the most power from their engines.

I would like to give a special thanks to the guys at UTI, Universal Technical Institute for allowing us to utilize their dyno for testing purposes.