Taylor Plugs are no longer in production. This listing has been left here for reference. If you are a user of Taylor Plugs and don't know which alternative plug to choose. See the alternatives at the bottom of this listing. These alternatives are given as a starting point to try to replace your Taylor Plug. Final choice will depend on your individual set up.
The Taylor range of glow plugs suit just about every application. Their low cost and long life has ensured that these plugs have become firm favourites. Most modellers will be familiar with the range and while they suit many makes of engine - They are often recommended for older style cooking two strokes or earlier four strokes. One of the few glow plugs on the market that will take up to 2 volts starting.
It should be noted that Glow Plugs will give a longer life if starting voltage is kept to 1.5 volts or lower
Glow plugs are considered to be consumables - But by using a low voltage to start ( under 1.5 volts) and not burning the plug dry, you prolong the life of your glow plug. It is also worth washing out a new engine after running in to prevent small particles shorting the plug and destroying it. Blowing plugs on new engines is less common now a days, but is still something that can happen.