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    Question about plugs.

    Im wanting to change the sparkplugs in my 06 15f ,In the manual its calling for cr9ek. I goto store (Canadian Tire in Ontario ) and the plugs are $23 each. they suggested the cr9e (no k) at $5 each which I bought. Is there a difference? Without sounding too cheap-I thought the cr9ek were too expensive-but I will return the other ones and buy them if I have too. I dont have the ski here -so I cant compare the 2 plugs for size or anything yet.Or are there any other alternatives.
    Thanks in advance


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    Take the time to smile sirbreaksalot's Avatar
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    cr9ek are only a 5 dollar plug

    buy them from somewhere else , they are ripping you off

    Waz

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    Use the CR9EK as it has dual electrodes which helps keep the thing from fouling up.

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    I paid about $5 each for CR9EK and they do have dual electrodes and my Ultra 250X runs great with them. But they didn't come with the little screw-on thingys on the tops (that the plug wire attaches to) and the PBMR9 (or something like) plugs that came out of the ski had integral thingys that couldn't be removed so i had to go back to store just for those darn little thingys.

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    Quote Originally Posted by i1afli View Post
    I paid about $5 each for CR9EK and they do have dual electrodes and my Ultra 250X runs great with them. But they didn't come with the little screw-on thingys on the tops (that the plug wire attaches to) and the PBMR9 (or something like) plugs that came out of the ski had integral thingys that couldn't be removed so i had to go back to store just for those darn little thingys.
    yes that is the only down fall, But once you have a set you are good to go,

    I just collect the caps from friends workshops so I am never short them

    Waz

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    CR9EKB has the permanent tip already installed. Have yet to use mine, but carry spares in the truck just in case....

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    cr9eix, 6.50 a plug for iridiums. last longer than the 25.00 / plug Pmr9's my ski came with.

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    My Kawi dealership wants $19.95 per plug for NGK PMR9B AND told me these were "special" plugs that no-one else will carry. I went to Kragen, and Monument auto parts and sure enough they could not get them. Then I remembered my church of Google. I prayed at the Google altar and subsequestly bought them on Amazon for $11.14 each x 4 for my 300x. FTW!

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    ok, PMR9b,s are good plugs. The kawi gods recon we should run them.

    If I had a usa ski under warranty, I would run them religiously.

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