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Spark Plug Gap

Kawasaki or Suzuki, assembly, disassembly, troubleshooting questions.

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Maineskidoo
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Spark Plug Gap

Post by Maineskidoo » Sun Jan 16, 2011 2:22 am

I have a '74 KC with the 60 CC Kasawki motor. It has a hard time starting, so I wanted to be sure my plug was gapped right. Does anyone know what that gap is supposed to be?
thanks in advance


Devo
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Post by Devo » Sun Jan 16, 2011 1:59 pm

0.7MM (0.028 in.) NKG BR6HS

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Franknstein
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Kitty Cat Spark Plugs

Post by Franknstein » Fri Nov 27, 2015 10:31 am

Hello,
I know this is an old post but besides the NGK BR6HS, does anyone know the cross reference to other spark plug brands...

(I'm partial to Champion spark plugs by the way)
Thank you,
Frank

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peel_out
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Autolite Spark Plug for Kitty Cat

Post by peel_out » Tue Dec 08, 2015 9:32 am

I never found a direct cross reference to a Champion spark plug, but you can get an Autolite spark plug for a Kitty Cat.

It is Autolite part number: 4093

Not sure if that helps you out or not.

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snowmobilejack
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Champion Spark Plug for Kitty Cat

Post by snowmobilejack » Tue Dec 08, 2015 5:19 pm

Here is the Champion spark plug for a Kitty Cat: RL86C (830)

I just used the lookup tool on the Champion spark plug website and it comes up. It is the same for all the model years.

http://www.championautoparts.com/Produc ... k-Plug.htm

Enjoy!

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