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Not necassarily. The plug could be more expensive but if it's too hot for your bike it could mess up just as easily as a cheap one could. For example i run a 50:1 ratio (i know not enough oil, but it works) when i used the $12 plug that i'm supposed to it runs for maybe a day then it fouls. But when i run the cheaper version it hasn't fouled yet and it's been at least 10 rides. It all has to do with the ratio you're running.

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Not necassarily. The plug could be more expensive but if it's too hot for your bike it could mess up just as easily as a cheap one could. For example i run a 50:1 ratio (i know not enough oil, but it works) when i used the $12 plug that i'm supposed to it runs for maybe a day then it fouls. But when i run the cheaper version it hasn't fouled yet and it's been at least 10 rides. It all has to do with the ratio you're running.

Where are you getting $12 sparkplugs????? i hope your not buying sparkplugs from the moto shop. I get mine from autoparts stores. you can get NGKs for less than $3.

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yeah any leaner than 32:1 on a 125 is risking damage when ridden properly.

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