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Look up Bbob forum member and download the manual for your bike ... I change my plugs every year

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Well when it is within both numbers then it must be " OK " right ??

Didn't know the manual stated imperial sizes too ?

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Yup Imperial & Metric

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I thought the recommended gap was .040? Which mine are set at and its running better than ever. (considering when I changed the plugs I also changed the wires, cleaned AF, removed the cats and added DK Thunder Torques)
 

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Maybe different models different gaps ??

Can you look in your manual pAiN ?? Just for fun ??

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The manual for a 2013 XC says the following about type and gap of sparkplugs in the maintenance section: NGK DCPR6E / .8 mm (.032"). This is in the "Service Specifications" section, "Tune up" table, top of page 2.2.

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So that is the same as Jackpot & Hammer manual

Thanks Vinish

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From the 2014 Cross Country Tour Owners Manual:

Spark Plug Type: NGK DCPR6E
Spark Plug Gap: .031-.035 inch (0.8-0.9 mm)
Spark Plug Torque: 10.8-14.5 ft-lbs (14.6-19.7 Nm)

Inspect every 5,000 miles (8,000 kms) and replace at 30,000 miles (48,000 kms)
 

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2008 vision is
NGK DCPR6E
Gap .036" or 9mm
Torque 8.5ft lb or 11nm
Apply anti-size compound sparingly to threads
 
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