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question, i have three dif types of plugs for my 83 1100a, normal, cold weather, and sustained high speed plug(whatever that is):cheeky1: do any of you find it necessary or beneficial to change plugs from one season to the next, book says under 41 deg i should use the cold weather plug but its 30 deg in the morning then warms up to 60 or 70 in the afternoon.do you change and whats the benefit.. thanks dave
 

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I quit changing mine, I got cold when it was 35degree no matter which OH sorry:cooldevil:

Never give it much thought, as long as the engine fired off and warmed up without the sputtering and shaking I'm content to leave em alone.??? Definitely not changing em when mornings are 30-35 and up in the 70- 80's that evening:waving:Keno
 
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