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    NGK spark plug

    I have been looking for 2 new NGK sparks plugs for my NC700X. No Houston Honda dealer has the IFR6G-11K, HONDA PARTS NUMBER 12290-RSH-003, in stock.

    No auto parts house has this NGK spark plug in stock. I have called a few internet sites and none have this plug in stock. I have called NGK USA, and they do not have the spark plug in stock.

    Does anyone have a source for buying two new NGK spark plugs for the NC700X?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ridealot View Post
    I called their parts number
    1-888-984-2011 Parts Availability

    They do not have the spark plug in stock. Like everyone else they stated they could order the part from Honda. One problem, Honda has none in stock.
    Honda is backorder only!

    Thanks for the try!
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    According to NGK IFR6G11K - Alternative spark plugs

    The specified NGK plugs cross to the following numbers:

    Denso SK20PR-L11
    Denso 3443
    Honda 12290-RSH-003
    Honda 98079-5617V
    Honda 12290-RSH-0030

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    Quote Originally Posted by Old Can Ride View Post
    I called their parts number
    1-888-984-2011 Parts Availability

    They do not have the spark plug in stock. Like everyone else they stated they could order the part from Honda. One problem, Honda has none in stock.
    Honda is backorder only!

    Thanks for the try!

    Maybe?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lou Wambsganss View Post
    According to NGK IFR6G11K - Alternative spark plugs

    The specified NGK plugs cross to the following numbers:

    Denso SK20PR-L11
    Denso 3443
    Honda 12290-RSH-003
    Honda 98079-5617V
    Honda 12290-RSH-0030
    I have already tried all the possible spark plugs. The list included the Champion RC8WYP4 and the Champion OE179 also.

    Just can not find so far.

    Thanks!
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    Another good idea about the auto side through Amazon. However, Amazon USA only sells complete auto sets. Start at $118 and up. I just want 2 plugs.

    Also, racing planet has them in the Europe warehouse only. About 10 days to get here. If I can not find anywhere else I will have to purchase these, but sure will be down for a while.
    Last edited by Old Can Ride; 24th April 2014 at 11:22.
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    There are also a lot of the J heat range on EBAY, but not G's.
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    After many phone calls I believe I found an answer. I called Champion at 888-800-9629 and they really could not answer my technical questions as to their plug. So, I call Federal Mogal, the company who owns Champion Spark Plugs, at 800-325-8886. The technical fellow at Federal Mogal told me the correct part number is Champion Part #9802 and Champion Plug# RC8WYPB4. I have ordered 2 spark plugs though Champion Spark Plugs, sure hope they are correct. I will post an answer once if see the plugs. The Champion Plug is $7.14, not $29 as most Honda dealers charge when they have the plug.
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    Don't forget about this. https://nc700-forum.com/forum/nc750-t...s-warning.html

    I did find three places that have them in stock

    Sun Enterprises 303-287-7566 (Denver)

    Apex Sports 719-475-2437 (Colorado)

    Henshaws 253-939-2346 (washington)

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