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Spark plug gap 1992 Suzuki GSX-R1100

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It’s .028-.032 and you should be using a NGK CR9E Spark Plug or a quality plug that’s equivalent. Are you just doing a spring tune up or are you having an issue? If so, let me know and I’ll help as much as I can my friend. I put 4-5 sets in my GSXR 1000 last year before figuring out why it kept “fouling” them. I thought I had major problems, the bike ran great at idle and up to 4K-5K RPM but then it just cut out and wouldn’t rev higher. Turns out that when the previous owner reinstalled the gas tank(after changing the plugs as part of a simple tune up) he accidentally got the fuel line in a slight bind and it messed up the ability of the fuel system to get adequate fuel to the injectors. I found out by sitting the tank in a chair beside the bike as I started it, which stretched any obstruction or “bind” out of the fuel line so it flowed free- I fired it up and barely touched the throttle- boom straight to like 9K-10K RPM- what a relief. I shared that as an example of how the simplest things need not ever be overlooked. I doubt you have any such issue but perhaps someone will see this later and it’ll be helpful.

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