Question about 2008 kawasaki Ninja 250R
Go to your local kawasaki dealer for 2008 2009 ninja 250 the spark plug number and brand is brand=ngk part number=cr8e. If you have problems removing the spark plug, using the stock plug tool that comes in the kit that comes under the rear seat .I removed my gas tank slightly out of the way its very easy.Removing the two screws that hold it in place, and you can slide it slightly out of the way so you can reach the plugs from the top. I made sure i had all the tools and plugs near or on the seat while i supported tha tank out of the way using my upper legs and resting it sideways.Buy a gapping tool at your local car store auto zone advance auto for a dollar ,and gap your plugs mine didnt come pre gapped.The gap setting is .07 to .08 i believe or you can call your dealer they should have the answer if you got them from them.Dont use a torque wrench or anti seize they can just complicate this process.The plug tool an extension with a 9/16 socket should be long enough using a ratchet wrench.once gapped slide the plug in,rotate backwards until you hear a click, this means plug threads are alinged and wont cross thread.Keep rotatting counter clock wise until you feel comfortable that the plug threads are alinged this is critical.Once threads are alinged turn plug using wrench extension 9/16 socket setup on the stock plug tool.Dont use much force once it stops turning give it half a turn there the plug is set. I hope this is helpful thankx;)
Posted on Oct 29, 2009
Consult the owners manual if available for your model yer if possible, but NGK CR7HS sounds about right, I do not suggest getting motorcycle parts at an autoparts store, This is one time where one should always go to the dealer. Don't know where you are located, if its unusually warm or cold weather the dealer might suggest a slightly colder or hotter heat range on the spark plug. Always gap and torque your plugs to facotry specs!
My personal experience is the NGK plugs work best in Kawasaki motorcycles. Tried others and always go back.
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