Got em all...that front plug was a bitch...easier to put on my Scotts Damper.
BTW I did the Scotts at the same time as the air filter and plugs.
Very staight forward....no filing to be done.
Now I just have to put the cowling back on.
I just changed my plugs on the weekend... swinging the rad forward and using a bungy to hold it out of the way works fine *if* you use the spark plug tool provided with the bike... it's just the right length.
It took me less than an hour... mostly spent removing/reinstalling the tupperware. My 2005 only has two plugs though.
Hi PSO sorry to take so long to get bak...about 10000 miles...were in great shape.
I put iridiums in and don't plan on changing them again for a long time.
Martin....What a maroon I am...never thought to use the "cheap" oem tool kit.
Used a generic plug socket with a short extention...still too long...hence the knuckle marks on the rad....who knew?....nice catch....if I ever do 'em again I hope I remember this post!:jawdrop:
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