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    Is this a normal color of a spark plug?

    The ski has been running on new pistons for 1 hr now. Do the spark plugs look normal?


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    What Ski are these Plugs from? They look just a little "too white" to me. Maybe some more run time on them is needed. JB

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    Stx12f. First ski ever do trying to make sure everything is working righg.

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    they look fine

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    My name is Sean and I am addicted to STXs smokeysevin's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by matsuka.vitaliy View Post
    Stx12f. First ski ever do trying to make sure everything is working righg.
    What year, where is the ski from, what altitude do you ride, and what fuel octane do you use?

    Sean

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    Quote Originally Posted by smokeysevin View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by matsuka.vitaliy View Post
    Stx12f. First ski ever do trying to make sure everything is working righg.
    What year, where is the ski from, what altitude do you ride, and what fuel octane do you use?

    Sean
    2006. From california. On the river about 100 ft above sea level. Premium 91 gasoline.

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    They look good considering new and only 1 hour on them. No worries....now go out ride those break-in hours ... so you scream soon

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    Reading plugs is a real science and can be deceiving. They look white, but as long as they are not coated, I think you are good to go. Its only an hour like others have said.

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    BTW, did you do anything to impact the AF ratio?

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    the plugs look ike lawn mower plugs a little bit too much carbon. Clean them off and use the choke a bit less. Use an engine decarbonizer such as amsoil powerfoam on the ski to remove the carbon from the engine. How many hours on the ski?
    Quote Originally Posted by matsuka.vitaliy View Post
    Stx12f. First ski ever do trying to make sure everything is working right.

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