Spark Plug Help
Hi all, well I got my old girls fired up after many hours of carb stripping and cleaning, I cleaned and set the gap on all my plugs and after a dose of rough running I inspected the plugs, cleaned and ran the bike for another 10 minutes, the condition of the plugs remains/ returned to the same.
2 black and 2 'wet'
so, my question is what is the best way forward?
As I sit on the side the two on the left are the wetter ones and the ones on the right are the dryer/ black ones.
It's a 1986 Yamaha XJ750 btw
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1990-2000: CG125, RXS100, GS500E, XJ600, XL600V,
2000-2010: GSF600, NX650, F650GSPD, XRV750, XJ600, XTZ 660,
2010- XL 600V & XL 600R, T400, CCM 604 E, TT250R, K100RS & XJ 750,
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