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My spec sheet says plug holder as standard equipment but I have not found it in the last 3 years. Usually keep a couple in the tool kit.
 

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is it carb or EFI?

if its carb get it tuned, usually rich from the factory....

also get your oil ratio dialed in, it will probly be way too rich...

once those are taken care of you dont need spare plugs... :div20:

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Was that added on after, or did it come with the sled? I searched for mine today. They ended up in the parts bag under the seat.
 

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Originally posted by VFRcanada@Oct 18 2005, 06:17 PM
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That's where I put mine but after blowing a belt last year I think I will be moving it. Can really do some damage if a plug bounces off a clutch.
 

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Originally posted by teamgreen02@Oct 18 2005, 03:59 PM
Get a plug holder from your cat dealership and rivet it on the belt guard.
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I agree if its efi i put in new plugs at the begining of the new season maybe ill check them in january but 2800 miles and i've never been stuck on the side of the trail yet with either of my cats :div20:
 

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I keep a set on some elses sled
haven't had a fouled plug in years


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