[ROVERNET - UK] 3500S spark plugs

Winchester, Miles Miles.Winchester at ArvinMeritor.com
Mon Nov 20 22:07:22 GMT 2006

Hi Bill,

I have always used L92YC in the original 3.5 engine. I am sure there was a
technical bulletin for Rover dealers. BP5HS is the crossover NGK part number
which should be fine. Bosch is a good option as they have anti seize thread
suitable for alloy heads.
Miles Winchester
1970 P5B

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[mailto:rovernet-bounces at lyris.ccdata.com] On Behalf Of Bill Robertson
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Subject: [ROVERNET - UK] 3500S spark plugs

I've been checking for my friend ..........he has a 71 3500S with SU 
carbs........I've checked the book and it originally called for Champion 
L87Y plugs..............He checked  around and got  RL87YC..............He 
was told they are the same...........He also said  they list NGK plugs in 
BP5HS for this car but when i checked on the NGK website and cross 
referenced the original Champion L87Y it lists NGK BP6HS as its 
equivalent.............What are any of you using and are the Champions he 
got the same as original..................I tried to check with Federal 
Mogul who now owns Champion but they haven't got back to 
me.................Also he wants to put Pertronix ignition 
in.............Anyone know what unit fits...........

Bill Robertson

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