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    Spark Plug - NGK DCPR8E

    Hi,

    Yesterday I tried to change my spark plug, so I ordered some from NGK Japan, DCPR8E... same as stated in the manual and skis.
    When pulled mine, I notice the terminal was different.
    In some case the lead will still fit, but not on the Sea Doo.

    I sold 30+ spark plug for customers who own previous Sea Doo model and none came back to complain that it will NOT fit.

    Are the X series different coil?

    Spark plug reference are identical when...

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    Uh....you have to unscrew the terminal on end and u will be ok

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    There are two versions of this plug one with a removable tip and one without. In the USA we use NGK stock # 4339. This plug has the removable top. And the plug will be a DCPR8E

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    you can't remove this one...

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    A smart admits!A wicked excuses!An idiot insists! mitsakosgt's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by buickbrian View Post
    There are two versions of this plug one with a removable tip and one without. In the USA we use NGK stock # 4339. This plug has the removable top. And the plug will be a DCPR8E
    +1 you have to get #4339 in order to use on our skis!!!

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    that's a solid (non removeable) tip type. that's sucks for sure. I only get solid tips in a few configurations mosty in the br8es class of plugs. I've had the screw off tip hole in one down a plug hole at inoppertune moments (like there is an oppoertune momnet for that headache) and the worst part is..those little buggers are not magnetic.....I wish the vendors would make up there minds what they want to do for plug ends...

    just return em, but perhaps the freight keeps it from being cost effective

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    damn it! in 2013 NGK catalogue, they do not state it!

    Freight will cost to much... back and forth...
    Oh well 70 QTY to get rid of... xD

    Thanks for the input

    P.s: I wonder why none of the customer who bought it never came back to complain...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Olomana View Post
    damn it! in 2013 NGK catalogue, they do not state it!

    Freight will cost to much... back and forth...
    Oh well 70 QTY to get rid of... xD

    Thanks for the input

    P.s: I wonder why none of the customer who bought it never came back to complain...

    fits Harley Davidson twin 88 and 96 engines

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    haha, Thanks!

    Quote Originally Posted by GasResearch-VT.SE View Post
    fits Harley Davidson twin 88 and 96 engines

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    it sure looks like it would unscrew!! gotta love slightly different part numbers...

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