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The manual doesn't have the part numbers for the rear brake pads or for the spark plug. Anyone have that information?

My local Honda dealer doesn't have it in their "book".


Grrrr

***UPDATE****

Rather than having 20 posts from me I merged them all here. Sorry for the previous forum fodder guys:


e-sleuthing around the Internet I found some more information on the plugs:

http://www.sparkplugs.com/results_cr...F-11&x=18&y=16

$2.64 plus shipping



14mm Thread, 19mm (3/4") Reach, 5/8" (16mm) Hex Size, Gasket Seat, Resistor, Extended Projected Tip, Solid Terminal, ISO Length, V-Power (V-Grooved Centere Electrode), .044" (1.1mm) Gap, Heat Range 7





....and plugs that cross reference to those same plugs:

http://www.sparkplugs.com/results_cr...ManID=15&mfid=



Jegs has 'em and they ship in the same day you order:

$2.39 plus shipping

http://www.jegs.com/i/NGK+Spark+Plug...F-11/10002/-1#

Here's the part number for the coil (for those who may be interested)

30510-HP6-A01 $51.56

Oh and the cap cross references to a couple of other models. Looks like I just need the cap: (hope I don't destroy that trying to replace it:





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The spark plug number should be on the spark plug
 

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lol, it happens
 

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It's OK Gary, ripping the sparkplug boot made you see nothing but RED!:steamed::steamed:
 

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Oh, and for those of you that I've been preaching about getting a manual...the plug part number is on page 4-2 of your manual.

Sorry for being lazy guys.
I thought I had seen it in there before but am offshore and couldn't check
 
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