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Old 01-05-2013, 07:32 PM
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I hope it's not like asking what the best oil is , but, since I'm gonna replace them, I'm wondering which spark plugs you all like.

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the cheap ones.... Seriously, they really don't matter s long as they spark...
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Ngk or autolite.
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E3's here (e3-34 for the evo). only downside is they arent gapped right out of the box (doesnt take long though)
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Champion, $3, change them whenever I feel like, seldom need it, but for $3, I just do it.
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I like NGK.
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I hope it's not like asking what the best oil is , but, since I'm gonna replace them, I'm wondering which spark plugs you all like.

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u truly dont read the forums do u....
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I just put in some Nology Silver's in my bike. The truth is they don't seem any different than my autolites I had, I just don't like using autolites plus I needed 10 bucks more for free shipping. Maybe it starts a little easier, but I just did pipes and jetting with the plugs.
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Not to worry traildog , you are asking all the right questions .
Re: plugs ... this can go on for forever but in my opinion the fact that fuel has no lead additives to foul plugs leaves you with a choice of plugs that are good for 100,000 miles or more before wearing . Your best choice is irrideaum and they will last the life of the motor.
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