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    Best place to buy plugs for SHO

    Does anyone have advice on best place to buy the LFR6A plugs for the SHO? I've tried the local auto parts to no avail and have done a search on the board but could not find any references. Thanks for the help!


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    The online store. pwcperformance.com

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    LFR6A-11 are much easier to find.. I think they fit several yamaha outboard engines, and the only difference is the gap.. If i remember right LFR6A is pregapped to .042, and LFR6A-11 is .035..
    Identical otherwise.

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    Quote Originally Posted by rossnemo View Post
    LFR6A-11 are much easier to find.. I think they fit several yamaha outboard engines, and the only difference is the gap.. If i remember right LFR6A is pregapped to .042, and LFR6A-11 is .035..
    Identical otherwise.
    Actually, it's the opposite, the lfr6a's are gapped .035. The lfr6a-11's are gapped .045. Otherwise are the same plug.

    I bought a box of (10) lfr6a's from racemart.com for $54/shipped. What I didn't know til after I ordered online was that they don't stock them and i had to wait 5 weeks to receive them. So, I went to advanced auto and bought (4)lfr6a-11's for $4.39/each and regapped.

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    What should the correct gapping be? If I can't get the right ones should I re-gap?

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    The 11 on then end of the lfr6a-11 denotes a gap of 1.1mm/045 ......lfr6a is .8mm./.035

    So .8mm / .035 is factory gap for the Sho /fzr /fzs / i.8ltr engine . I also had to special oder the lfr6a too.

    The so called NGK specialist ( in my area ) said they were on old reference pt # and were no longer made !!..Pfffft !

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    sparkplugs.com was the only place I was able to find them when I first bought them a while ago.

    http://sparkplugs.com/results_cross....=LFR6A&x=0&y=0

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    plugs

    Sparkplug .com just yesterday at $5.79 each.

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