I had just finished taking care of a rear brake system flush and a small rear bleeder leak. Started to pick up my tools and resume my tool box organization chores when curiosity got the best of me. I was right there by the right head and wondered how those spark plugs would look at just a trifle under 8,000 miles. My 2002 was pretty hard on plugs, with gaps pretty far out of spec at Honda service interval. So, off with the ****-O-Pegs, fog light covers, and side covers. Off with the coils and out with the plugs. They looked great. The gaps were just a little UNDER the .9mm spec. My 9mm wire gauge would not fit in, my 8.3 was just a snug fit. Getting away from the wasted spark ignition of the older model is probably why these are not eroding as quickly as the older model’s plugs did They were all the same, so buttoned it all up and put the tools away. I will replace the plugs at the scheduled time, but I think I will be tossing perfectly good plugs.