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How could this be?

Postby Tims500 » Wed Apr 24, 2013 12:09 am

My right side cylinder stops firing some times. Pull the plug cap and I can hear it sparking. Plug and plug cap has been changed. I can smell the fuel, and got a whopping back fire a couple of times.

Any clues, never had one of these beasts before.

Tim...

Never mind. The plug must have been wet with oil. Because on a whim I dumped copious amounts of SeaFoam in the tank and presto, when it warmed up, it started to fire. Sticky needle valve?

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Re: How could this be?

Postby Gman » Wed Apr 24, 2013 9:23 am

Can you put your location after you model Tim.I forget things :?

There are two types of Spark plug caps used on these bikes and the US models usually have the more complicate,"Resistor" type ones.These are more prone to corrosion and break-down.

Click here,

viewtopic.php?f=8&t=84

I prefer the none Resistor type and R rated Resistor NGK plugs as per links and,

http://www.pdsrecording.site90.com/cxgl500/Plugs.htm

I recently found a possible US source for our unusual plug caps.You can be my Guinea Pig<grin> and buy and try some,

http://alturl.com/kyii3
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