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    If I recall correctly, I am using some DCPR9E. So non iridium. As far as I know, it does not change much to have some iridium plugs while the cost a lot more. Feel free to correct me if I am wrong !

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    doesnt change much. Iridium resists fouling better and last longer without needing to be changed.

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    It's a spark plug. Should last a very long time.

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    I usually pull clean and gap my plugs every year. But not now not on this buell anyway lmao.

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    Quote Originally Posted by outthere View Post
    It's a spark plug. Should last a very long time.
    Still resist fouling better which is an issue for some people that like to start their bikes and shut them off without letting them warm up. Use them, dont use them, I dont care but just passing along info. Ive read several SAE papers about them. Its not just marketing.

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    Try not to fight advances in technology, iridium all the way !

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    I always do, heck I still use a turntable

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    Arnt turntables great lol

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    Hey kona I'm listening. All responses do not go on deaf ears. I want all opinions and responses. As long as there not wrong lmao

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    If your bike is tuned and tuned right you don't need special spark plugs. Iv'e been doing this stuff 55 years and never had a plug fouling problem due to an inferior spark plug.



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