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Old 12-23-2009, 01:53 AM
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Default Re: Plug wire replacement

my stock wire might still be ok, but the boot, the crimp, and all the rest of the parts connected to it fell apart within weeks on my first bike. the "wire" itself is a brittle piece of crap, that's too short if you want to move your CDI.

when i took the stock plug off the head of my brand new, out of the box, never even mounted engine, the tip was bent sideways so bad it woulda only contacted half of the center electrode.

i paid like 8 bucks for 2 NGK B6HS plugs, 3' of solid copper core wire, 2 boots and crimps.

it's a small price to pay.
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