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This is a discussion on Spark Plug Gap within the The Performance Tuning Shop forums, part of the Snowmobiles category; hey Can someone tell me the proper plug gap for a 2003 Polaris 550 Super Sport with plug number BR9ES from NGK? Or if not, ...

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    hey

    Can someone tell me the proper plug gap for a 2003 Polaris 550 Super Sport with plug number BR9ES from NGK?

    Or if not, then where can i find it? Manual says check manual suplement which I do not have...

    Thanks

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    Personally I have never gapped my plugs. They come pre-gapped close enough. Most sleds use the BR9ES.

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    Ok thanks

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    The flat side of the screw driver that came in the kit for my ZRT is the same thickness as the gap is supposed to be, I don't know if Polaris is the same tho, and you should always check the gap before you use them, you will find the odd one that is way off.

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    Did get a screw driver in tool kit

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    proper gap for a polaris is .028

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    ZRT 600, is correct in that you should always check the gap before installing plugs. Just buy one of those $1 gappers they sell at the auto parts stores and keep it in your sleds tool kit or with your spare plugs.

    Aspin, you can order the manual supplement from your dealer, it is only 2 pages and costs a couple of bucks. The info on it is specific to your sled. The owners manual covers several different sleds, that is why they make a supplement. Also you can download a Parts maual FREE from Polaris. You need a free dowmload called adobe acrobat to view and print it. Here is the link.

    http://www.polarisindustries.com/product/tips.asp?contentid=sno&tipType=manualYears


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    dont they have that info on a sticker under the hood some where?

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    I thought the most common plug was BR8ES? would these be too hot to run in a 97 polaris 440?

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    Almost every polaris "liquid" runs a 9 is yours a liquid.

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