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Old 03-19-2010, 07:40 PM
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wat spark plugs

I have a 09 efi with MSD and Trinity racing exhaust. wondering wat spark plugs everyone is running on their Teryx's thanks
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Old 03-19-2010, 09:07 PM
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08 carb with NGK Iridiums
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2x NGK iridiums
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Old 03-19-2010, 09:44 PM
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I replaced mine with the stock NGK ones. Just went to the parts store and matched up the part numbers. Probably cheaper than going to Kawasaki for the same thing?
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when I was having a miss, the dealer told me to go up one size hotter. So I did and it didn't fix the miss cause that wasnt the prob but as of today I'm still running that plug. Anyone know if that is a bad thing?
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when I was having a miss, the dealer told me to go up one size hotter. So I did and it didn't fix the miss cause that wasnt the prob but as of today I'm still running that plug. Anyone know if that is a bad thing?
wondered the same myself so I looked it up check it out.

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2x NGK iridiums
do you know the number on the NGK plug?
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they are the NGK CR7EIX I found mine at advance auto and they were $6.50 each. The Denso Part# is IU22
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thanks for the help
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they are the NGK CR7EIX I found mine at advance auto and they were $6.50 each. The Denso Part# is IU22
Bought mine from advance also. The CR7EIX is also listed as NGK7385.
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i run e3
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Old 03-20-2010, 07:29 PM
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i run e3
thats what i put in mine this week
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Old 03-20-2010, 07:34 PM
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thats what i put in mine this week
do you have the # on them
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do you have the # on them
E3.38 ] at Oriely's for about $15
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E3.38 ] at Oriely's for about $15
what size gap do yall run?
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NGK's are pre gap'ed
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