1989 Bertone X-1/9 Spark Plug 4 Cyl 1.5L Champion

  • Dependable performance. This Champion® spark plug features a copper core electrode that provides increased conductivity and heat control for good overall wear.
  • Suggested Purchase Quantity: 12
    • Most jobs typically require 12 of this item.
  • This item must be purchased in quantities of 4
This Part Fits the Following OEM/Substitute Numbers:
14GR22, 4025, 4106117, 4225, 751-10292, 77-312-1, 7900, 7995, 8004, 98079-56846, AG040, AGR22, AGR22C, AGS22C, B6EBL11, BPR6EKA, BPR6ES, BPR6ES11, BPR6EV, BPR6EY, BPR6EY11, BPR6EZ, BPR7EY11, BR6EBL11, BUR6EA11, BUR6EB11, ERR743, F6RF, F6RTC, F6TC, R42CXLS, R42XLS, R42XLS6, RN9YC, SF6C, SM6C, W20EKPRS11, W20EKRS11, W20ETRS, W20EXRU, W20EXRU11, W22EPRU, W22EPRU11, W22ESRL11, W7DCX, WR6DC, WR6DP, WR6DS, WR7DC, WR7DS, WR7DSR, WR7DTC

Additional Fitment Information:
Vehicle Block CC Engine CID
1989 Bertone X-1/9 L 1498 4 Cyl 1.5L -
50 In Stock
Best Price:

$8.35 USD
$10.02 USD
Brand Champion
Part # C33415
Condition New
Warehouse B

Champion

  • Champion Copper Plus- Boxed - RN9YC
  • Gap 0.024in; Plug Type RN9YC Actual OE Part
  • Champion Copper Plus 415 Spark Plug (Carton of 4)
  • Copper Plus
  • Champion brand spark plugs has been a world leader in the manufacture of spark plugs for every kind of combustion engine for over 100 years. Champion goes from innovative aviation technology to a tradition of motorsports dominance and everything in between as the Champion brand has been a part of product development in every type of engine. This experience and commitment has led to design enhancements that optimize the performance of every type of Champion spark plug . From the use of iridium, platinum and other precious metal technologies, to resistor technology and MLR technology, Champion engineers and manufactures spark plugs in an array of materials and designs, to provide a full offering of enhanced ignition and plug life as well as direct OE replacements.
    Champion is a part of the Federal Mogul family of auto parts.

    Champion brand spark plugs has been a world leader in the manufacture of spark plugs for every kind of combustion engine for over 100 years. Champion goes from innovative aviation technology to a tradition of motorsports dominance and everything in between as the Champion brand has been a part of product development in every type of engine. This experience and commitment has led to design enhancements that optimize the performance of every type of Champion spark plug . From the use of iridium, platinum and other precious metal technologies, to resistor technology and MLR technology, Champion engineers and manufactures spark plugs in an array of materials and designs, to provide a full offering of enhanced ignition and plug life as well as direct OE replacements.
    Champion is a part of the Federal Mogul family of auto parts.

    General

    Seat Type
    Flat
    Electrical Terminal Type
    Removable Nut
    Classification
    Champion Copper Plus
    Resistor Type
    Yes
    Plug Type
    Rn9yc
    Hex Size
    • 0.813
    • 20.650
    Reach
    0.75
    Center Electrode Tip Material
    Nickel
    Manufacturer Heat Range
    9
    Pre-Gap Size
    • 0.032
    • 0.82
    Ground Electrode Core Material
    Nickel
    Insulator Height
    0.06

    Packaging

    bar code
    037551000081
    package quantity
    1
    weight
    0.15 lb
    Information on technical characteristics, the delivery set, the country of manufacture and the appearance of the goods is for reference only and is based on the latest information available at the time of publication.
    1. Josh
      04 Apr, 2015
      Champion has been around longer than most and never disappoints.
    2. the first
      06 Mar, 2015
      bought this about a week ago as i was haveing a slight missfire at an idle hopeing to fix the problem...problem solved! these were less expensive than the old iridium plugs that were shot after less than 30,000 miles...so i hope these last better.
    3. Justin
      01 Mar, 2015
      Its a spark plug for small engines, what can you say?
    4. Helen Hynes
      31 Jan, 2015
      Got these for my BSA Lightning. Amazing value compared to anywhere else. Use only Champions in old British bikes, you know its the right thing to do.
    5. Joey
      26 Jan, 2015
      weed eater wouldnt start. Replaced the plug with this. no gaping needed. Fired right up!
    6. Blind Dad
      27 Nov, 2014
      This little plug was just what I needed for my 10 year old Lawn Boy Gold. After I added a new ignition coil, it sparked right up and exploded the gas just like it's supposed to.
    7. Ivan Rivera
      20 Nov, 2014
      Nice and economical conventional plugs perfect for older engines. The engine came with these plugs from the factory, and these work perfectly.
    8. alex
      17 Nov, 2014
      works for me
    9. Fred
      10 Nov, 2014
      I recommend these plugs over other off the shelf plugs. Seems to give a hotter spark and plow through the gasoline problems we're having these days. Highly recommended to others.
    10. Edward Mitchell
      04 Oct, 2014
      Great spark plug !
    11. Mart
      17 Sep, 2014
      excellent service, recommended
    12. Alberto Castillo D'Sola
      27 Aug, 2014
      Excelent product. Work fine !!. I use this spark plug in my Kia Sedona 2005.
    13. none
      18 Aug, 2014
      Perfect
    14. Scott
      16 Aug, 2014
      Seems like this is the only spark plug that makes the engine of my Huqvarna 128LD trimmer happy. Engine ran just as smooth as the OEM plug that originally came with my trimmer. All other "compatible" spark plugs just made the engine sputter or not start at all. Save yourself the headache and get these.
    15. new customer
      24 Jul, 2014
      Exactly Right
    16. Michael A Peart
      30 Jun, 2014
      Smoother running engine and better gas mileage already. Will soon pay for itself.
    17. airgas1998
      27 Apr, 2014
      great oem plug,however the 50 cent rebate is laughable after placing stamp and mailing off you'll be 5 cents richer.
    18. ODCaveman
      01 Apr, 2014
      I have used these in my 2002 Jeep TJ with the 4.0 for a while now. Works just as good as any other plug I tried. Not going to claim I had any power gains because i've never let my plugs get that bad... because of the coil rail setup on the newer jeeps these are the plugs you should be using for best performance as they fire twice as much as those which have a distributor. Means you wear out regular copper plugs twice as fast. Had a hard time finding these locally anymore.The torque spec for the plugs is 27 ft lbs in the jeep 4.0Spark Gap should be set at .035 These were close from the factory to that spec I'd say 4 out of 6 needed a very slight tweak. You should always check gap anyway do not expect them to come with the right gap.While you are there put some dielectric grease on the plug boots since you have to get all 6 on at one time it makes it easier to slide them on.
    19. scott sheldon
      15 Mar, 2014
      It's a spark plug alright and a good one at that. It fits and functions perfectly in my toro CCR 2000 snowblower which is got to be 25 years old.
    20. bigred
      06 Mar, 2014
      I have just acquired a 2004 Audi wagon and I always service a used car as soon as i get it, both to confirm its condition and to create a starting point for future service requirements. This was a nice car, but extremely sluggish below 2200 RPM. Turns out the old plugs were gapped at about .020, way to tight for any current car. I put in the properly gapped [.035] Champion plugs and car now idles well and pulls strong from a stop. I chose the Champions based on reputation, construction and mid-range pricing. I have not been disappointed.
    21. Alrusse ( Ecosse ) "Ecosse"
      03 Mar, 2014
      I have purchased my complete inventory of spark plugs from this site and have always been impressed by the quality of the product and the way below chain store pricing. They are high on my list for small engine parts and products.
    22. darrin wilson
      04 Feb, 2014
      these replaced the plugs in my wrangler and came pre-gaped right at .035 where they needed to be. could tell a big difference right away after installing them. hope my gas mileage gets better with these!
    23. Thule1
      19 Nov, 2013
      11/24/13. Works perfectly. My Troy-built Blower-Vac. would not continue to run and ole spark plug was failing. This new one was a perfect manufacturer recommended replacement and did the job. It runs well now.
    24. BigFoot
      01 Nov, 2013
      Works great for my weed trimmer. Needed one and wasn't worth my time to hunt it down at the local big box store that often doesn't carry Champion. I also prefer Champions to the cross-reference foreign parts.
    25. Mitsurugi
      10 Sep, 2013
      The new spark plugs (and spark plug wires purchased separately) work great, and the factory gap of 0.44 inches held up during shipping (however, you always, always, always want to gap check your spark plugs! Do not neglect this!).My 12 year-old Honda Accord (150k miles) runs almost like it did when I first bought it, and I've increased my per tank mileage by about 10-20 miles. It's not a huge difference, but that adds up over time.I'll update this in a year or earlier if anything goes wrong, but they've been installed for a month, and so far, all is well.One year update: Still running strong; I've had no mechanical problems since changing them, spark plugs or otherwise.
    26. Andro Gabisonia
      26 Aug, 2013
      Good plugs! Exactly if compare with prices to similar products. My car like it. Engine works well. If any, will buy again.
    27. Peter U.
      20 Aug, 2013
      These are the plugs specified by Johnson outboard motors for th 200 HP engine. They are resistor limited plugs and appear to be already gapped at 0.030".
    28. Charles C.
      22 Jul, 2013
      New plugs seem to give more power and gas mileage increased about 4 miles per gallon on trips.We'll see how they do when they get a few thousand miles on them.
    29. Paul
      21 Jun, 2013
      I just put these in my 2003 Jeep Wrangler. I could not believe the difference! My jeep gained about 10% in power. True enough, my old plugs were shot but, I just can't believe the difference!By the way, these plugs are Made in USA.The Autolites I originally bought were made in Mexico.
    30. ironworker213 "JVCota"
      13 Jun, 2013
      I bought these spark plugs because my car was no driving the way it is so supposed to drive nice and smooth. I installed these spark plugs and it purred like a kitten in my ear. VEry good product and delivered to my door in TWO day plus much cheaper than the local auto parts store. Highly recommended product. Just dont forget to set the correct gap according to your vehicle's specifications.
    31. Ron
      09 Jun, 2013
      Aside from delivering the right plugs on time, there's not much more you can say about spark plugs anyway. The big distinction here was the seller's commitment to his ad. Initially, only one plug was received as opposed to 4 as stated in the ad. After pointing out the error, the balance of the order was quickly received.
    32. Rodney Sedeno
      07 Jun, 2013
      Price Is Low A Great Bargain Will Purchase Again Perfect Fit For My Truck Tried Other Brands But Did Not Get The Performance And Gas Mileage
    33. Keith Knight
      02 Jun, 2013
      I tried two cj8y plugs and it wasn't until I tried rcj8y that the plug works as it should.Sometimes instructions must be followed to the letter.
    34. eknal "L"
      04 Jan, 2013
      Giving it four stars, because I found it cheaper at Wal-Mart two days later. Other than that, it was what I needed and worked fine on my old John Deere snowblower!
    35. Steven W. S.
      25 Dec, 2012
      Gotta love the role these fiery little guys play in heaving snow off our cement. A magneto rotates on the engine flywheel inside our two little snow blowers. Every time that magneto passes the ignition coil, high voltage transmits to these spark plugs. The plugs emit a timely spark inside a small cylinder bored in the engine. That tiny spark triggers an explosion inside the cylinder. Here's where it gets really good... The explosion pushes a piston down, which rotates the engine's crankshaft. That spinning crankshaft rotates an auger with rubber paddles. Those spinning rubber paddles scrape the sidewalk---hurling snow up, through a chute, and off to the side. Why? Because these plugs sparked the whole darn process.Would I recommend these spark plugs? I most certainly would---if your engine specs call for RCJ8Y plugs. ;)
    36. scott
      10 Dec, 2012
      my older 35 horse johnson outboard takes this plug they are hard to find in stores so this was great for me they came right away and i will surely be getting them again best price i ever got for them as well
    37. Michael G. D.
      13 May, 2012
      Had this plug several years in a row in my tired Briggs L-head mower, it will not foul, and seems to give more torque for wet grass. If you install an inline fuel shutoff valve and fuel filter, then run the mower out of gas for the winter, it will start first pull next spring too. No need to replace wet plugs in the springtime!Wish Briggs gascaps came with a small hole in the top of them like they did years ago, people would not have flooding problems due to stupid EPA mandated emissions.
    38. Common sense consumer
      11 Mar, 2012
      This plug has made starting my mower always a one-pull event. With the standard plug, it would take many pulls. This plug is much better for starting.
    39. BillyTheG
      15 Sep, 2011
      This replacement spark plug fulfills the requirements of numerous gasoline engines at a very reasonable price without having to buy a large quantity compared to local automotive parts dealers. It is an original Champion part, not a knock-off, and was delivered expeditiously.
    40. Boba's Daddy Figure
      12 Sep, 2009
      These Iridium based plugs were purchased to replace a set of Bosch Platinum +4's that had ridden in my car for over 150,000 miles. These new ones may have a longer spark (according to some reviews) but they need plenty of available voltage. I found idle a bit rough until I upgraded my 15-year old battery cables (4-gauge/8-gauge Power) to 2-00/2-gauge replacements from Jeepsters in San Francisco. Then they became BUTTERY SMOOTH idling. Very nice.
    41. Lothar
      17 Jan, 2005
      What a great spark plug, even in the deepest snow, it still manages to spark consistently. There was 3 feet of snow on the grownd, and it's like this plug didn't even know it! It just sparked and sparked! A true inspiration!

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