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    1987 Harley-Davidson Softail Custom - FXSTC Spark Plugs

    1987 Harley-Davidson Softail Custom - FXSTC
    Tire Size:
    Front: MH90-21, Rear: MT90-16
    Spark Plug:
    BPR5ES-11
    Battery:
    YB16-B-CX
    Stock Chain/Belt:
    132T
    Stock Gearing:
    Front: 32T, Rear: 70T
    Oil Filter:
    KN-170
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    NGK BPR5EIX-11 - Iridium Spark Plug Designed specifically for the performance enthusiast. Iridium IX® offers extreme ignitability, improved throttle response and superior anti fouling.
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    NGK BPR5ES-11 - Spark Plug The workhorse, at the heart of smooth-running engines around the world. OEM Quality Triple-Gasket Sealing Process Consistent Performance Plu

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    Gerald (Somers Point, NJ)

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    Last Longer

    NGK plugs last a lot longer than domestic brands for Japanese motorcycles. I have been riding and racing "in my younger years" motorcycles for 42 years and after trying different brands of spark plugs. NGK park plugs never fail.

    Bill (Fort Myers, FL)

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    Harley Plug

    Bought these just because of age and mileage. The original plugs were a little rusty but not causing problems. These new NGK plugs work great. Same performance so far. Old plugs were original and 8 years old.

    Brad (Germantown, TN)

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    Works Great So Far

    I have only had the unit for two weeks and so far so good. It looks like a stock accessory on my KLR 650. I got the balck to blend in with my instruments. We'll see how it stands up to rain and dust over time.

    Dave (Wylie, TX)

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    Easier to find if it said DIN in title

    This works great on my Triumph Explorer. Buying another one for my BMW. The price is outstanding compared to the other sites that think if it is for a european bike it should cost 50 bucks.

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