|Topic Review (Newest First)|
|12-31-2010 09:50 AM|
|12-31-2010 03:06 AM|
|700xxmaniac||hey be happy u dont have a 450r never hade to change one on one but i can only imagen.... it aint to bad with the 700xx...|
|12-31-2010 01:01 AM|
|700xxx||I thought they where really easy. I checked/ changed mine lots when I was playing with the tuning. I just use the honda tool kit thats under the seat.|
|12-30-2010 11:17 PM|
|VelociRaptor||I thought the plug was easy to change by what some of you guys have told on the phone.|
|12-30-2010 09:24 PM|
|Simplyorange||i tried the auto parts store, all they have is autolite, it misses with the autolite and not with the ngk.my buddy at the suzuki shop ordered me 10 and put them on the stock list so they willm always have 10 in stock.|
|12-30-2010 09:24 PM|
|crwh45||Simply, I sent baxter a pix message of how to do it by hand, IDK if he has tried it yet or not, but I kind of have really big hands and can change on in about 3 minutes. He may still have the email w/ the pics if you want it. Also, I learned the hard way w/ replacing these plugs, my Napa didn't even have them, so they ordered me them and I picked up a whole pack (12 I think).|
|12-30-2010 09:18 PM|
|ceballos||hmmmm.... i had that problem at first, but now can change it in a minute or two without taking anything off|
|12-30-2010 08:53 PM|
For the spark plug go to a auto parts shop. They use this plug mainly in cars like the Honda Prelude.
But I grateful that a 700xx plug costs £4, The 450R plug costs £13.
|12-30-2010 08:52 PM|
|09RappySE||Sounds like its just as fun as my LTR, after working on it, if I ever meet the guy who designed it, I will shoot him in the face with a bazooka....I feel your pain.|
|12-30-2010 08:28 PM|
next time you plan on building a new quad, take the time to factor in that sometimes people need to be able to reach the sparkplug on it easily for various reasons, dont put the damn thing under the gas tank where you have to take half of the god damned bike apart to change it,
and while you are repositioning the sparkplug location, change the type of park plug to one used on ANY OTHER atv so that there is a slim chance of any of the 5 dealers in my area would have it in stock.
next, please add an extra inch to the damn fuel tank hose to at least give us enough room to put a pair of needle nose pliers on the clamp to remove the hose to access the rare ass sparkplug that you so kindly put beneath the tank.