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1979 Kawasaki KZ400 spark plug gap

I have a 1979 Kawasaki kz400 and I am trying to find the spark plug gap specs and the spark plugs that I am using are NKG B7ES. So can you please help me? @

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SOURCE: spark plug gap

Ask any suzuki bike dealer they would be glad to help

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SOURCE: spark plug gage setting for 1999 kawasaki vulcan

http://netfree1.blogspot.com/2008/10/kawasaki-vulcan-1500-service-manual.html

pdf manual here

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SOURCE: spark plug gage setting for 1999 kawasaki vulcan

correct setting for your plugs 0.8-0.9mm

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SOURCE: spark plug type and gap setting please

I believe NGK brand is the best. Get the stock plug for your bike from the dealer. Gap should be 30 thousandths.

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it's .8 "


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