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Kawasaki ninja 600, 2001

G'day, i'm a novice at mechanics, need to know how do i access the spark plugs to change them, it appears i need to remove the fairings and maybe the air box? thanks

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No you simply undo the bolts at the front off the tank remove the seat aswell tilt the tank back remove air box and remove coils and get a spark plug socket and insert in the heads and unscrew the plug done if you want more info get back to me

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