What a difference a new set of plugs makes

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What a difference a new set of plugs makes

Postby ZR468 » 24 Nov 2018, 00:40

I just picked up my 1992 ZR750C from the shop. They put in a new set of iridium plugs along with other works. My bike had 29300km on its original plugs. The old plugs still looked ok, but what a difference! Feels like the bike just added 10 more horsepower. Can't believe it, I just flew right up the same hill on the way home without effort. I used to have to downshift for it.
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Re: What a difference a new set of plugs makes

Postby Ivor » 09 Jan 2019, 22:14

cool . keep meaning to get a new set for my 1100 . … just need to save up for a double set :?
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Re: What a difference a new set of plugs makes

Postby Corey » 11 Jan 2019, 13:23

All I run in my bikes are Iridium. What part number of NGK Iridium are you using? They are also available in Projected and Non-Projected Tip.

http://www.ngksparkplugs.ca/tech-info-spark-plugs.cfm
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