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The cheapest i can find from cycle gear were NGK CR9EH-9 part number 7502 for 10 bucks a pop..but i found some Bosch 7502 plugs for a dollar a pop,it looks like the same exact plug,is it?

actually i just looked again and the ends are different..why would they both have the same part number if it's different

i even looked at the same exact product and part number online and the end is diff as well

NGK CR9EH-9 7502
NGK Spark Plugs 7502 - NGK V-Power Spark Plugs - Overview - SummitRacing.com
this is the plug i have with the threads on the end

NGK CR9EH-9 7502
RockAuto Parts Catalog

same exact number but 2 different ends?
 

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I don't think so but I can't find a comparison chart.
Looks like the Bosch one is a full-size car plug?
 

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Probably just using a generic photo.
 

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over here its either ngk champion, personal feeling is ngk work best in jap bikes, as the old saying goes if it aint broke don fix it.....just get the right plug and try and get best price. Unless you race or track day stick with the standard plug, they spent a lot of time and mony to get the right one. A friend of mine always has to have the fastest bits for his bike, and he dont need it, thus he gets a few probs with running and starting. hope it helps....
 
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