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What is the proper spark plug?

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I just picked up a 2000 ZR600. It is the LE model with reverse and EFI. Unfortunately, no manual came with it. What is the proper spark plug for this sled? It has BR9EYA plugs in it right now but BR9ES plugs are in the spare plug holder. ??? Also, what is the proper belt? From what I can find, I think it is a 0627-020. Is that correct? I'll post some pix of the sled soon. Thanks.

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eya plugs are recomended but u can use es also they are the same reach and heat range the eya plugs are less prone to foul because the split electrode

and a 020 belt is the proper belt for that u can use a 031 off a firecat too they are same dimensions just the 031 has more heat ribs on back and is about 30 bucks more







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eya plugs are recomended but u can use es also they are the same reach and heat range the eya plugs are less prone to foul because the split electrode

and a 020 belt is the proper belt for that u can use a 031 off a firecat too they are same dimensions just the 031 has more heat ribs on back and is about 30 bucks more
Hey thanks! That's good news for me because we used to have a '06 Sabercat so I have 0627-020 belts laying around.

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