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Do you need a special tool and what are the benefits of new plugs, the bike is running great

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If the bike is running great, there will be no "benifits" in changing plugs. If it ain't broke, don't fix it. You can follow that advice or simply fix the bike until it is broken. Same difference. Best wishes, Tombones

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