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Spark plug gap 150 hp Yamaha outboard

Need spark plug gap for 2003 Yamaha outboard 150 hp motor.

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    Yamaha 150 HP outboard

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    Mike Mitchell Sep 12, 2014

    I have 1994 yamaha 200 H.P Jet, I run NGK BR9HS and it calls for gap at .058 - .063...

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The correct gap is .035

Posted on Oct 16, 2009

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