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FIRING I was wondering what the best way to check and make sure all four of my cylinders are firing. A friend of mine thinks that one of them is not. What he did was spit on each of the four pipes of the manifold. Laughing One of them DID seem less hot then the others. This is referring to the same bike as my other thread. 94 Yamaha YZF600R. Thanks.

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You could use a spark plug light...you put it in place of the spark plug there on your s.p wire. Or, you could just unscrew the plug from the engine, but plugged into the wire and crank it over

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