Iridium plug?

I guess you guys all missed the purpose of my post. I wanted to know if any bad would happen from using them. Something like pieces of Iridium would burn off creating some kind of crazy gas or somethign that would burn through the piston. <---just made that up but I still wanted to know if somethng like that could happen from using the plugs. Everyone is always going to argue about which plug is best.

Yes, the "plug" issue can go on as long as the "oil" issue. No problem using the irridium plugs at all.

crazy gas

that must be why they work better :cry: the crazy gas smooths the idle and improves starting,who woulda thunk that :cry: :cry: ..... hey rick does washin it really make it go faster? i was always afraid to wash my dirtbike thinkin the dirt might be holdin' sumthin together :cry:

speaking of crazy gas and washing the bike, you should always rotate the air in your tires every 3 rides and change the blinker fluid as often as possible if you have a street legal WR with blinkers.

don't you know? all the pro's are running nitrous in their tires,15 psi will boost 3 HP :cry:

OK Bob, That is about enough! :cry:

This post needs to stop! :cry:

man i'll tell ya what,i just went and washed my bike and i'll be darned it ain't any faster! :cry:

Now imaginje how fast it would be freshly washed, fresh oil change AND a new irridium plug! Man, you'd think someone did bolt on nitrous! :cry:

speaking of crazy gas and washing the bike, you should always rotate the air in your tires every 3 rides and change the blinker fluid as often as possible if you have a street legal WR with blinkers.

Don't forget to change your muffler bearings and keep that power band nice and tight.

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