Spark Plugs ?????
What are the best spark plugs to use is a hot plug better for 2 strokes then a cold one is one better for different kinds of riding how long does a plug usually last in good conditions ie. bike in tune
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There are no "best spark plugs" to use for a two stroke...It all depends on your carburetion, timing, temperature, and riding conditions. If it's cold out, and you're operating mainly at low speeds, there are benefits in running a hotter plug. Many new bikes come with an NGK heat range 10...It is generally a good idea to run the same plug as a 9, IMO. Also if you have a digital ignition, make sure you're using a resistor plug. How long a plug lasts is not a definite question...Depends on lots of things, if you flood it real bad you might only get a few minutes out of it, but they're only like 5 bucks, so change often...
NGK (8 or 9)EVX
Try the NGK in a 8 or 9 range with the evx designation in the end. EV's are good to.
Originally Posted by lightning
Last edited by FastbyFerreira; 01-31-2005 at 12:34 PM.