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**DONOTDELETE** 03-30-2002 11:40 PM

fouling spark plugs
i have a 2000 kx 100 and it had a stock plug and it fouled about 10 and i was riding it pretty hard and then i changed to B8ES and the factory says its not a good idea. but the shop says its ok. they say the tip will come off inside the engine.

Kyron 03-31-2002 02:16 PM

Re: fouling spark plugs
I've read this and still dont understand???

**DONOTDELETE** 04-01-2002 12:01 AM

Re: fouling spark plugs
ur stiock plug is basicaklly a br10.5ev or eg or some [censored]. just put the 9 in their. o yes ur post sux be more uuuuhhhhh uhhhhhh ....yea be more explanitory

**DONOTDELETE** 04-01-2002 07:09 AM

Re: fouling spark plugs
press --- please give a liite better explanation.

**DONOTDELETE** 04-01-2002 09:24 AM

Re: fouling spark plugs
What's up with all this e-bonics crap?

The_Kid 04-02-2002 01:18 AM

Re: fouling spark plugs
what are you mixxing your gas tooo?

yeah going one hotter on the plug is fine as long as its not running lean wich your not, Id never go two steps hotter,

40/1 ratio seems to work the best in all the bikes Ive owned and worked on.


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