Holy Crap - Simple Spark Plug Change made my new bike kit insane!

Acefire

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I like the buy it and throw it in.

Must feel like blasphemy to the tool heads.

It just reminds me of everything I got started on. Once I started to tinker too much s**t starting having more problems.... and required more tinkering and required more fixing and required more tinkering and required more fixing and required more tinkering and required more fixing and required more tinkering and required more fixing and required more tinkering and required more fixing and required more tinkering and required more fixing and required more tinkering and required more fixing and required more tinkering and required more fixing and required more tinkering and required more fixing

Then it ran nice last Tuesday - but never when the hot blonde pulls up next to you.
 

Karl Snarl

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I like the buy it and throw it in.

Must feel like blasphemy to the tool heads.

It just reminds me of everything I got started on. Once I started to tinker too much s*** starting having more problems.... and required more tinkering and required more fixing and required more tinkering and required more fixing and required more tinkering and required more fixing and required more tinkering and required more fixing and required more tinkering and required more fixing and required more tinkering and required more fixing and required more tinkering and required more fixing and required more tinkering and required more fixing and required more tinkering and required more fixing

Then it ran nice last Tuesday - but never when the hot blonde pulls up next to you.
Oh that says you need more learning. I tinker with new never done, figure out problems, then have the only one. Just building a mild performance ride, pfft, I can do that in my sleep at this point( really it's not that hard with a dremel and the right parts). I'm moving into high power now. OH YEAH!!! That is what I love about this hobby, there is bolt on, which I am currently designing upgrade kits for, all the way to hand made racers and everything in between.
 

Mossy

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It doesn't just have to spark... You want a deep blue spark... Under compression a yellow or wide gap spark isn't doing it's best and it will run... Same as some random plug found on the ground... If that's all you need to limp it along
 

Chainlube

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itll run out of the package
Factory gap is .035 for motorcycle and outboard... Runs better at .025- .028 on our CDI output...
NGK B6HS has a factory gap of .025, if your in the field and need a plug I guess it would work. Always a good idea to check it anyway, shipping damage and the like can mess up a gap.
 
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