Join Date: Feb 2012
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Waste of time. Finding the best heat range would seve you better regarding results.
I know guys that changed spark plugs between each round, bracket racing, when I was younger. A friend of mine ran the same set from the year we graduated highschool, well into 5 years past that. He ran consistant 11:80's. (68 Chevy Malibu 396 BB)
Not saying plugs aren't important, but to spend time indexing plugs on a street ridden machine is a waste of time. You'd be better off spending time reducing weight, and seeing and feeling more results.
You're trying to make a 700+ bike be fast. Shave weight. Asian bikes that have 150 HPs are sub-400 lbs for a reason.
my bike is only 750 or so with me on it, not sure how much more weight i can save without taking mirrors and front signals off
well now we know about the plug situation, i suppose i will just make sure i have a fresh properly gapped plug for the dyno n run with that