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Greg Bender recommends NGK BP6ES plugs, he doesn't favour the BP7ES NGK suggest.I went to Crappy Tire and couldn't find either of the so I picked up a pair of BP5ES that they did have.Apparently this is a hotter plug than the BP6ESWould it do any harm to run these otherwise I can shop around and take the 5s back.Thanks in advance for your input.Roy
You're making me want to get my (much modified ) Le Mans 2 back on the road . Peter
The BP6ES (and all other non-resistor NGK plugs) have been discontinued, what's still available will be old stock. The only place that I'd been able to find them was ordering from Kawasaki through my local mega-dealer, but that supply has even dried up. No biggie - I'll just use the BPR6ES and non-resistor caps to achieve the same thing as before. I never use Champion on anything with an aluminum head and Autolite seem to foul easier.
BP6ES are readily available anywhere. It is a common plug. I used them in my race outboard. kk
I found over a dozen on line in under a minute. Yes they are getting scarce but they are out there.kk
I second Charlie's BPR6ES recommendation as I use them in my two Ambos and they work fine.
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