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Triumph Sprint GT. how do I gain access to the spark plugs? Presumably remove petrol tank - what is involved doing this by way of retaining bolts etc and hoses?

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If you are SURE all the plugs read OK, you better do a compression check. A leakdown test would be better, but most shops don't have the equipment. Could be a leaky valve. Did your RPM on the tach decrease when this started? It usually does when you have a dead cylinder. Crank the idle speed up to 1200-1500 and try pulling the plug wires off 1 cylinder then put it back on. If you truly have a dead cylinder the RPM will not drop when you yank the wire on the dead one.

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yes you need to remove the petrol tank

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SOURCE: Valve clearances for triumph sprint st

0.10 - 0.15 inlet and 0.15- 0.20 exhaust on compression stroke.

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