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    Spark Plug Resistor Cover
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    NGK Spark Plug Resistor Cover Get your engine running to its peak with a new NGK Spark Plug Resistor Cover; it will keep the spark in, and everything else out. And get your ride moving cleaner and mo

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    Charles (Wapwallopen, PA)

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    Great Product!

    My son races a Cobra 50 and I got sick of replacing the kill switch every time we lost the rubber boot or the plastic button cracked. This Moose Billet Kill Switch looks great and works perfect. We will be putting these on all of his bikes. Thank You!

    Kyle (Durant, OK)

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    Starter for honda sabre 1100

    Starter shipped on time is identical to OEM part. Price was fair and starter is working fine. Would recommend. Thanks.

    Trent (Radville, SK)

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    Starter relay for 2000 Yamaha Kodiak

    Relay fit in factory location but not in factory brackets. Jumper wires needed to be installed from factory connector. Once installed it worked flawlessly.

    Rob (Westland, MI)

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    Still running strong

    I got it for my 2006 GSXR 600. These bikes are known to have problems with the stock R/R. I spent the extra money for the quality of this one. I've put on about 1,000 miles since putting it on and my bike still starts up every time without any hesitation. I highly recommend going with this one rather than the cheaper ones you can find. It'll save you money in the long run.

    paul (longmont, CO)

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    positive wire is black

    No instructions to indicate which lead is positive and negative. I toasted a usb adapter because I connected the black to the negative and green to positive. All of the other accessories I have connected to my bikes use black for negative. I had to buy a tester to check the way the leads were oriented.

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