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    hotter plugs

    does anyone run a hotter plug and have a part number for a hotter denso plug.

    thanks
    Anthony


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    Yea, I think they help... I'll look later tonight

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    Why hotter? Most of us run 1 heat range cooler.

    Denso Iridium IXU27 is the number.

    By the way, your spark plugs isn't the problem. Your SC cluch is out.

    Anthony, bring your SC to me tomorrow and I will fix it for FREE!!!
    I have the spare parts sitting on my shelf.

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    Im wondering the same thing: why hotter?

    Correct me here, as I am learning, but if you go with too hot of a spark plug, aren't you taking a chance of buring a hole through your piston and loosing compression? My dad says that if the plugs foul (spelling) a lot then the plugs aren't running hot enough.

    I think that happened to a guy today, burining a hole through the piston that is, when I was at my lake snowmobiling (first time this year finally ice). Engine was overheating. Was back firing a lot then it wouldn't start. Could have been coolant problems but I don't know if it ran a coolant or not, not sure of the year of the sled either. Think it was an old Polaris 600. So Im not sure of the exact problem he was having.

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    "Cooler" plug allows for higher functioning temps.

    and the higher the heat factor the cooler the plug (9 is cooler than 8)

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    I think HOSS told him that it was not a clutch and only plugs.

    (JMO) there is no way your plugs are causing this, listen to Jerrry it is the SC.

    My .02


    David

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    Quote Originally Posted by Green Hulk
    Why hotter? Most of us run 1 heat range cooler.

    Denso Iridium IXU27 is the number.

    By the way, your spark plugs isn't the problem. Your SC cluch is out.

    Anthony, bring your SC to me tomorrow and I will fix it for FREE!!!
    I have the spare parts sitting on my shelf.
    jet ski is in the shop brought it yesterday told them i dont want it back untill its fixed. its not the sc the #1 cylinger is not fireing there is a bad coil.

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    That should be an easy fix then.

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    thats what ive been trying to say and its under warrenty so im not paying jack sheet. thanks for all of your help.

    Anthony

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    Will I be able to notice a difference with cooler plugs or does it just help reduce fade? Where can I get some?

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