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Spark plug gap

I have a kawasaki 250 I'm replacing spark plug . Does anybody knows ,what' the gap?

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It's .8 "


Posted on Jun 03, 2009

  • KEN LaPOINT
    KEN LaPOINT Jun 03, 2009

    correction .8mm sorry about that wasn't thinking metric... good ridin'

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