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    changing plugs

    Going to put in a new set of plugs in my 2006 GTX, do I use any lubricant, if so, what kind and where do I put the grease? Thanks for replies.


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    I use anti sieze lubricant on the threads..
    Don't get it on the insulator or firing tip..
    I also use die electric grease in the plug boots..
    This is the right way, but some just put engine
    oil on the plug threads.

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    rp7 its what seadoo center told me to use

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