No problem man. That's why this forum is great...helping each other out. I can't believe its been over two years since I posted this thread!!Roaddawg,
I just wanted to say thanks for this great write-up. Changing plugs on an I-4 can be a bit "painful" but your post sure made it easier on this bike. I appreciate you taking the time to share that with everyone.
Thanks again bro!
Okay thanks. I've done plugs on cars before and they actually have a torque spec, although it's barely anything, something like 7 ft/lbs.Everything I have ever read for spark plugs is that you just turn until they are nice and Finger tight. You never want to make them super tight.
When I did mine I just kept turning the included (tool kit) spark plug wrench until it stopped and with light pressure would not turn anymore.