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I thought it should be everything there do any job on the bike, right?

I want to get spare spark plug but see it's different then 2016 models, is it correct?

Looks like LMAR9AI-10 is for 2017 plus models.

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18 hours ago, motf said:

I thought it should be everything there do any job on the bike, right?

I want to get spare spark plug but see it's different then 2016 models, is it correct?

Looks like LMAR9AI-10 is for 2017 plus models.

LMAR9AI-10 is what is in my 2017 FE501

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17 hours ago, markbfe501 said:

LMAR9AI-10 is what is in my 2017 FE501

thanks, yeah I know spark plugs theses days don't break but good to have spare one anyway :)

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I replace my 500 plug every 300 hours whether needed or not, about to replace spark plug number 3

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On 9/7/2017 at 1:19 PM, 4strokeridertt said:

I cannot even remember the last time I needed to change out a spark plug.

I do pull my plug to rotate the engine to TDC for checking valves . . . 

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On ‎9‎/‎7‎/‎2017 at 1:19 PM, 4strokeridertt said:

I cannot even remember the last time I needed to change out a spark plug.

every 300 hours , needed or not

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7 hours ago, stevethe said:

So does the 17' 18' 500's come with a platinum plug or is one available that everyone uses.  

I assume its still an iridium like previous gen and the numbers seem to suggest, but may be a colder heat range, other wise not totally sure of the difference.

 

Maybe I investigate for sure

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8 hours ago, stevethe said:

So does the 17' 18' 500's come with a platinum plug or is one available that everyone uses.  

Its still an iridium, but a colder heat range and also smaller diameter threads.  so definitely different than previous.

So they even saved weight an the spark plug>G

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