1979 motron spark plug

Hi I’ve recently come in possession of a 1979 motron I’m not sure of the exact model. I’m looking for the correct spark plug or a recommended spark plug. Any help would be appreciated thanks.

Re: 1979 motron spark plug

B6HS, do some research next time before ya post.

Re: 1979 motron spark plug

Thanks Tom must have not searched deep enough as I found many different answers.

Re: 1979 motron spark plug

Champion L9G, which you could never get because the "G" stood for "Gold", so Champion L88a, followed by Champion L86, ... And finally, NGK B6HS.

So, I went to get some and they sold me plugs with resistors. Now what do we do?

Re: 1979 motron spark plug

NGK plugs will have an "R" for resistor. When you ask for the plug use the stock number( #7534 for B6HS), otherwise some auto parts stores have trouble finding them.

Re: 1979 motron spark plug

I’ve always used Champion L86C plugs since I started riding in 1977. I bought a case of them off eBay many years ago. I rarely change them.

Re: 1979 motron spark plug

> tom wizard Wrote:

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> B6HS, do some research next time before ya post.

Wow, having a bad day? :(

Re: 1979 motron spark plug

> Trent Anderson Wrote:

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> Champion L9G, which you could never get because the "G" stood for

> "Gold", so Champion L88a, followed by Champion L86, ... And finally, NGK

> B6HS.

>

> So, I went to get some and they sold me plugs with resistors. Now what

> do we do?

Trent, the R plugs have been working fine for me, just make sure you don't use resistor boots (or some call them caps?) on your spark plug wires

Re: 1979 motron spark plug

> Trent Anderson Wrote:

> -------------------------------------------------------

> Champion L9G, which you could never get because the "G" stood for

> "Gold", so Champion L88a, followed by Champion L86, ... And finally, NGK

> B6HS.

>

> So, I went to get some and they sold me plugs with resistors. Now what

> do we do?

You could always modify the resistor plugs to be non resistor plugs .

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