Question about 1987 Yamaha FZ 750 MG (Europe-US)

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Hi my fzr 750 throws a plug dead every 700 km

Bike is tuned +dino throw a spark plug dead every 700 km every time a different plug. help please

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    bazzz7071 Oct 30, 2012

    Hello when you remove the plug what does it look like? 

  • harry Oct 30, 2012

    Hello. When i remove them they are black and moist.If i change that plug only the bike still not run properly, but when i change all 4 it is hundred persent again.

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Try and find some iridium plugs or other high performance plugs. Sounds like the plugs you are using just dont agree with the motor's performance output

Posted on Oct 30, 2012

  • harry Oct 30, 2012

    the very first plugs i put in was iridiums they lasted one week after it was dino tuned.

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SOURCE: i have a 1986 yamaha virago 700 that wont run properly

2 things need to be done first start your bike get a can of wd40 after your bike is warm and running spray around the carb jointsall 4 of them if your engine changes rpms up or down you have a intake leak ether your carb joint gaskets or o-rings need replacing or your carb joints are old and need replacing. at this point wont hurt to have you carbs cleaned also

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