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Does anyone know what comparable plugs
can be used in lue of the recommended
NGK CPR6EA-9 (6899)?

Maybe the part number changed since the prInting of the 05 owners manual.
I get an NGK CPR6EB-9 from a small bike repair shop.

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Auto parts stores sell your NGK there part number is 5958. If you haven't done it yet get new plug wires witchdoctor sells them at a good price. I get your tootsie rolls. There is nothing wrong with NGK most of the foreign bikes come with them.
 

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Auto parts stores sell your NGK there part number is 5958. If you haven't done it yet get new plug wires witchdoctor sells them at a good price. I get your tootsie rolls. There is nothing wrong with NGK most of the foreign bikes come with them.
Cool. Thanks man.
 

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Or order them from paulie, honda east, he will post them to ya ...

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redundant info but ...on Witch Doctors the info reads as what everyone has said:


2003 - 2007
Vic 1500cc to 1634cc
10mm thread
NGK CPR 6EB-9
Mfg# 5958

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I can tell you I would not switch over to a different plug type or manufacturer, a different heat range is ok, but I don't think I would switch from the NGK's. If you wanna source these locally from like a napa or some place, all you need is the NGK stock number of 5958
 

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Any recommended plug wires to use?
A lot if people seem to like red ones, red goes faster..
I still running stock wires at 130,000 kms
 

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A lot if people seem to like red ones, red goes faster..
I still running stock wires at 130,000 kms
My Jack-Hammer must be the slowest plugwires then, i made a terrible mistake .... BLUE .... ORACLE am i gonna be all right ? Please advise ..
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My Jack-Hammer must be the slowest plugwires then, i made a terrible mistake .... BLUE .... ORACLE am i gonna be all right ? Please advise ..
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No mate you need red too or youll be seriously down on powa.
Make matters worse ya got a blue breather hose too....walks off shaking my head
 

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No mate you need red too or youll be seriously down on powa.
Make matters worse ya got a blue breather hose too....walks off shaking my head
Ok I'm done, I'll scrap this [email protected]/# and buy an indian
Haaaaaaaaaaaa

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Ok I'm done, I'll scrap this [email protected]/# and buy an indian
Haaaaaaaaaaaa

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Forget that mate....just watched a youtube on Indian 116 with cams and thryre not putting out less horse but more torque than mine...
Hate to think how much a cammed big bore Indian costs anyway...
 

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Forget that mate....just watched a youtube on Indian 116 with cams and thryre not putting out less horse but more torque than mine...
Hate to think how much a cammed big bore Indian costs anyway...
Ha ha, true that, were spoiled with a good engine like the vics ... Anything we do is proven to make power ....

No indian for me mate, no way ..

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You guys are halarious. But slightly off topic. So red fast blue slow but more toque. This is great stuff. I'll try yellow on mine and dyno it to see the difference. :devil
I hear if you do 1 yellow and 1 red then you hit the torque curve right out of the ball park ... Smile

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