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Old 01-04-2009, 02:09 PM   #1
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fz6 spark plugs

they are a to change, manual says to loose the bottom bolt of radiator, thats it.

get tank loose and no way there is room, is there an easy way to change them?

btw i already changed them but. for next time a tip or 2 will be greatly apreciated
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they are a to change, manual says to loose the bottom bolt of radiator, thats it.

get tank loose and no way there is room, is there an easy way to change them?

btw i already changed them but. for next time a tip or 2 will be greatly apreciated

n/m found a good write up for fz6 ppl

http://www.sportbikes.net/forums/fz6...0-minutes.html

hope it helps someone
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Old 01-04-2009, 09:44 PM   #3
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should've taken it to a real mechanic
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TiaTool was saying the R1's are the same way.
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the easiest way to change plugs is have someone else do it on i4 sport type bikes. that could be suckering a friend into it, or paying for the service at a shop.
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there's no real easy way to do it unless ur a mechanic and have all of the right tools, mine were a pain in the fz1
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there's no real easy way to do it unless ur a mechanic and have all of the right tools, mine were a pain in the fz1
LOL even with the right tools its not easy. I speak from experience as dealer technician at a Kawi dealer. Even the guys there for 5 years did not like changing spark plugs on sportbikes.
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should've taken it to a real mechanic

yeah next time you deal with em haha

btw dude you havent pick it up
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well with the right tools yeah is easier but i mean in a ninja 250

remove the tank in the gs 500 remove the fairings

fz6 nothing to remove your phucked, of course .next time hotchicknstrips is going to do it

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sounds good to me, i just had to do the ones on my fz1 a few weeks ago
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