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dude, so simple, go to any parts store or call, if you go in person and need plug gap info, it will say on the box, have the store guys give you the gap info, NGK has many different types of plugs for the 3.6 and each may require different gaps. The NGK spec for that motor is a gap of 0.043 in. for the IRIDIUM spark plugs.
how we feel spark has most to do with skin type than voltage. color of spark is a little helpfull shound be blue to white. has the bike been in storage? set the plug gap and try a little starting fluid.