If they were lean, you'd see white powder looking around the ground strap
and the insulator. The rim of the plug tube would be a little pitted looking
or the gold coloring would be stripped off.
BTW, just some advice...
Put some anti-seize on those plug threads.
It will keep the plugs from seizing and keep them from being hard
to get out after a few miles.
Just a small amount though... don't glob it on... too much will change the heat
range of the plug.
Thanks, I will try that next time I change the plugs,
I ended up ordering a 140 142 144 146 jets from dynojet,
the guy I talked to couldnt beleive I was running lean with a 136 and 138 jet.....
I guess there 108 is equal to the stock size...
so they should be showing up in the next day or so, and I hope it takes care of the problem.
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