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There are two, you will need to remove the tank to reach them on top of the cylinder head cover.
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I'm guessing the same as most other bikes... under the gas tank. take a look at this video http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ct31s5JNhyM The spark plugs are… located under the gas tank and under the air box. You need to remove the top and bottom of the air box and you will see the plug wires. Be sure to reconnect the ram air lines properly or your bike won't run properly above 50 MPH.
Right up under the tank.
spark plug gap is .032
0.6mm - 0.7mm
The spark plug gap for a 1995 Kawasaki Ninja 500 should be set between .6 mm and .7 mm. This is equal to being set between .024 and .028 inches.
remove the air scoops, the rear side panels, the seat and the gas tank------- tools needed will be 10 and 8 mm sockets, #3 Phillips screw driver and a 18 mm socket for the plu…g.
It has 2 plugs NGK D9EA
The 2006, Kawasaki Brute Force 650 spark plug gap is .014. Most spark plugs come pre-gapped from the spark plug manufacturer.
Righty tighty, lefty loosy! Of course you have to get to them first under the gas tank. Should be able to without completely removing the seat. Prop the tank up with a couple …of boards under the tank on top of the frame. Should change the air filter (inside the black box right there) when you are doing the plugs. Remove the fairings for best access.
if u look on top of the cylinder it should be there
NGK recommend 0.7mm. For further assistance contact www.aprilia-merseyside.com
NGK recommend NGK CR9E with a gap of 0.7mm (alternatively use NGK CR9EIX - iridium electrode for better spark)
Electrode gap: 0.7 - 0.8 mm Spark plug: NGK CR9E For '94 - '04 Kawasaki ZX-7r Source: Haynes Service Manual hope this helps!