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denso sparkplugs

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why would you buy denso plugs? They suck go for an NGK plug they work a lot better and last quite awhile longer too! Just my 2 cents!

Garrett

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I get my kicks on a 2001' YZ426!

Friendswood, TX

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When I picked up my bike at the dealer, I wanted a couple of extra plugs. They didn't have the CR8E's, so I bought the CR8EK...which has two electrodes instead of one. It's supposed to mimic the Splitfire without infringing upon their patent. It works very well and lasts a long time. I've had the bike since early March and just recently changed to the second plug only after doing a lot of jetting. I've ordered 3 extra plugs from Bob's at 6.99 each and they go for a lot more at the dealer.

[This message has been edited by Boit (edited 11-20-2000).]

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Thanks for the input.

I'll try the NGK "k" plug and see if I have better luck. My luck with the standard NGK has been bad. I've fouled a few and always put the stock Denso in as a temp and it never fouls it.

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