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I have a suzuki volusia 800 just replaced the spark plugs I am getting no spark to the plugs but when holding the wires I do get shocked what should the plugs be gapped at and is this my problem I did not gap the new plugs assumed that they were factory gapped

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Generally gap is required for the plug, this is due to less power from the wire, kindly call the electrician and check the spark strength and the plug model. Then you come to know whether the problem is in electric side or mechanic side.
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