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I need to get to the spark plugs and change them but i am not sure how and what they look like or whats is a good replacement

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Remove the seat then the fuel tank and air box you will noticed the 4 wires going to the top center of the head spark plug caps pull the caps straight up and out the spark plugs are in the hole when replacing be careful to thread them in carefully don't force them when turning so you do not cross the spark plug hole.

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Carefully gap each spark plug, if needed, and insert by hand and slowly screw in each spark plug, making sure not to cross thread.

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