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Novarossi "Turbo" #7 Long Body Ultra Glow Plug (Cold)

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This item is discontinued and no longer available for purchase. It has been replaced by NVRCTO7.
Low Price: $12.80
Discontinued Online

This is one Novarossi #7 long body "Ultra" Turbo glow plug. This is a cold glow plug intended for use in .21 race engines with high nitro content fuels.

The "Ultra" line of plugs from Novarossi are different from regular plugs in that the hole where the filament is located is slightly larger in diameter, and the glow plug element has a special coating. The new coating is intended to make the plug be more durable, while the larger diameter hole is designed to improve the idle and throttle response of the engine.

The Novarossi line of "Turbo"glow plugs are available in the following variations:

  • #5TC/TF - Hot glow filament plug
  • #6TC/TF - Medium filament glow plug
  • #7TC/TF - Cold filament glow plug
  • #8TC/TF - Very cold filament glow plug

The difference between the TC (Long Body) and TF (Short Body) glow plugs is based on the size of the hole that glow plug filament is located in. The Long Body plugs have a slightly larger hole which results in a slightly hotter glow plug element. However there is not a lot of difference between a TC and TF glow plug and you can use them interchangeably.

This product was added to our catalog on November 28, 2007

Monday, Apr 22 2013 (about 6 years ago)
Novarossi "Turbo" #7 Long Body Ultra Glow Plug (Cold)
This is by far the best glow plug I've used. It is a bit cold, but you would be surprised how often a cooler plug is needed to survive the hard running we do in off road. Just remember to use a hotter 97t for break in and switch to a c6tgc in cooler weather for running, and this c7tgc for warmer weather. it will idle lower and smoother and last so much longer even when run hard. Just remember as a general rule hot weather cooler plug to last in the heat, and warmer plugs for cooler weather to keep the engine running, that's how I remember it.