Plug Manufacturer TC88/95 Engine Plug Gap .040" H-D Standard 6R12 H-D Gold 6R12G H-D Platinum 6R12PP Champion RA8HC Autolite 4164 Autolite Platinum AP4164DP2 ACCEL 2418
Y2418P Splitfire SF416D Screamin Eagle EX12S
EX12P ACDelco NGK DCPR7E Bosch Denso Iridium IXU22
What is the spark plug for a 1982 Shovle head
The spark plug gap on a 49.5 CC scooter will be set at 0.24 inches. Spark plugs may be purchased at an auto parts store.
the gap on a spark plug for a 110 should be 024-.028.
Optimum plug gap for Club Car gasoline engine is .28". Go no wider than .30".
.025 in. .655 mm
the plug gap for a 250 cc Honda recon should be between 3.0 and 4.0 the plug gap for a 250 cc Honda recon should be between 3.0 and 4.0
2000 Volkswagen GolfEngines : 1.8 L 1781 CC L4 DOHC 20 ValveComments: @Gap .040"@;Engines : 2.0 L 1984 CC L4 SOHCComments: @Gap .040"@; Spark Plug - Copper CoreProduct Line: Autolite Spark PlugsPart Number:ASP AR3923Price:PriceUnit::2.79Eachat napa auto parts
2006 Pontiac G6Engines : 2.4 L 2384 CC L4 DOHC 16V ECOTECComments: @Gap .040"@
Try looking on NGK's website (http://www.ngkntk.co.uk), this advised 0.9mm for my '95 1400 Sunny
I am not 100% certain, and I am no mechanic; However, I have always used 0.028" on my 1996 Suzuki King Quads with no problems.
in the late 80's through mid 90's a champion spark plug was original equipment from the factory. The under hood sticker will give the correct spark plug and gap as well as valve clearance for in&ex
it uses a RDJ7Y
ALL HARLEYS WITH POINTS HAVE THE SAME POINT SPECS:.018"POINT GAP AND.025"PLUG GAP..
As far as I know, there was no Virago 1110; I suppose you're referring to the Virago XV1100. I don't have it's factory manual, but the Clymer service manual covers it, and according to that the spark gap should be 0.7-0.8 mm, as with most of these bikes. Actually, the required plugs (NGK BP7ES or BPR7ES, depending on who do you trust - the difference is an incorporated series resistor in the "R" plug) seem to come factory-set to that gap, but it never hurts to check, I guess...
kawasaki rouser, its a 135 cc 4 valve digital spark plugs machine against a 125 cc 2 valve single spark plug engine
Remove the two screws that attach the panel that the key is located on. The plug will be in the upper lh corner.
Personally, If you do not know how many spark plugs your motorcycle uses, you probably don't need to be riding it. My feelings aside, the Suzuki GSX-R 750(as well as all models in the GSX-R family, the Yamaha R1, R6, the Honda CBR family, and the kawasaki zx/zzr family) are Inline 4 -cylinder engines(I-4). As with any engine, you need one spark plug per cylinder. Since you have an I-4, you would need 4 spark plugs. If you have a V-twin or a parallel twin, you need 2 spark plugs. If you have a single cylinder engine(scooters, most dirtbikes or any other very small cc engine), you only need one cylinder. You will also need to make sure you buy the proper spark plug, and GAP THE SPARK PLUG TO THE CORRECT GAP!!!! I do not know the gap off the top of my head, but you should be able to find it in your owners manual, or do some searching online.
My 16" Craftsman 36 cc chainsaw manual calls out for a Champion RCJ7Y....if that is the same size chainsaw as yours, I would go with that plug.
If you have a different brand spark plug, Champion will have a cross reference. You just need the number from the plug. If you do not have that, you will need the model number from the engine. Briggs and Stratton built a LOT of engines with customizations that may use several different spark plugs. 342 cc is simply not enough information.
u can try cleening the spark plug. or if your too lazy to do that get a new one