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When should I change my sparkplugs?

My bike has 20,000 kms and I am not sure if the spark plugs have been changed. When should the original plugs be changed in my bike?

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After 20000KM a spark plug might be o.k but after 8 years? Have a heart....Change the spark plugs and please tell me you changed the oil at least once a year.....

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