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My sled calls for NGK br9es. Myself and others think that these plugs foul to often. I have had good luck with those E3 plugs. What kind do you use and what other brands are out there?



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I run the NGK's you mentioned in an old 600 tripple only ran it one season so far but only fouled 1 plug. DON"T buy champions, that's what was in my sled as spares, new never used and were worse than the fouled plug. They got tossed and I now carry a set of NGK's

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I don't think it would be a carb problem. The last 2 seasons I have used the E3 plugs and fouled 1 plug in 2 years, where years past I have fouled other brands more often. I like the E3 plugs but I have to order them and they are 3 times the money.

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