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I started my F6 the other day and it was ok than it started to sound a bit different and I noticed the rpms were lower than normal like around 1400 is this a sign of new spark plugs. It starts normal 2nd pull but I think I may need plugs cause why else would it be running at idle like that. I just haven't had the time to pull the plugs yet. Any suggestions.
 

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hard starting, bogging or missing, or generally running like crap in any way is good reason to check the plugs on any 2-stroke.
sounds like it's time to pull them and give them a look.
 

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So if I just change the plugs it should act normal.
 

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mine ran great one day, started it up the next day and while idling I dropped a cylinder. Wasn't revving for shit. Changed the plugs, running on both again and going good :thumbsup:


try changing the plugs
 

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I'll pull them out tomorrow and look at them hopefully they are just in need of being replaced.
 

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Changed the plugs(what a hassle there not like changing plugs in a zr that im used too), but anyways started it back up and all seemed to be normal so by the looks of the plugs they looked good I guess I probably just loaded it up. Which means starting it less when it's sitting which may be difficult but im not changing plugs all the time.
 

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i've found the easiest way to change the plugs on the Firepuss when at home is to just grab a nice long 13/16"wrench from the tool box, and reach in under the expansion chamber from the front.
nice for at home, but packing that wrench is not very trail friendly.
 
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