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I have a 1997 xlt 600 limited. I think I have the wrong spark plug size. I am using br9es but I fouled different plug each time I ride. Only reason I am using that size is bc that's what was in it. Carbs are all the same I know it's not the carb setting. I found on ngk web site that br8es is what I should be using. My temp rang is from -10*f to 35*f and elevation doesn't change much. Sled is all stock and just wanted to check with u guys if I am suppose to use br8es before I spend about $10 on plugs. Thanks 99600xc
 

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I would actually go with br8eya if you can find them. Exact same specs as the br8es but it has a v-grooved tip which resists fouling in 2-strokes better.
 

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BR8ES. I tried the EYA's didnt run any different, fouling wasnt any better.
 

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BR8ES. I tried the EYA's didnt run any different, fouling wasnt any better.
Around here the br8eya's are actually about $0.50 cheaper. Cheaper for a better plug is fine by me. If you can find them that is.
 

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Thanks guys that's what I thought. Going to put the 8's in it once we get more snow hope it will run better.
 

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Try the BR8es. SEe how it runs.......
 
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