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How to change spark plug?

Hello,

was looking through the stickies to see if there were any pic-by-pic action of how to change the spark plugs on a Daytona 675, but with no luck.

Can someone point me in the right direction please?
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It's pretty easy...

Remove the tank

Unhook connection to stick coils

Pull stick coils out (no tools needed)

Now you have access to remove spark plugs

Use spark plug remover socket

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I see, but where and what are the stick coils? Do I need to remove the air filter?
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yes, you will need to remove the airbox

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Here I started to make a how to, and then stopped because I really didnt care, but here are some pictures.


After taking the tank and air box off, you will see those plugs, they are a ***** to pull out, but they come out. Then just screw the plugs out. And for torque specs just do a search on here and there is a thread with all the torque specs for our bikes.




Also a good time to clean up around there, it gets dirty, so I cleaned it all off when I got my plugs changed out.

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