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    Quote Originally Posted by ssmcclub View Post
    hi do you make the sway bar & links to fit the new 2019 can am spyder f3s special series ?
    Yes, I make custom sway bar kits for all Spyder models and years. Soon I will have a sway bar kit for the Ryker.
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    Quote Originally Posted by farmer54 View Post
    Hi Ron will you have a area for the Ryker parts you are offering? thanks farmer54
    Yes, I am working on a Ryker section now. I will have oil change kits soon and hope to have a Custom Sway Bar Kit ready late March.
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    hi bajaron will your sway bar and links fit the new 2019 can am spyder f3s special series on your site it shows it up to 2018 f3s if so how long to deliver to ny 11758?
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    Quote Originally Posted by ssmcclub View Post
    hi bajaron will your sway bar and links fit the new 2019 can am spyder f3s special series on your site it shows it up to 2018 f3s if so how long to deliver to ny 11758?
    See post #176. The answer is yes!
    White 2013 Spyder RT Limited. BajaRon Swaybar, Custom Dynamic Third Brake Light. Ultimate Custom Black and White seat with driver and passenger back rest. Gloryder Led Wheel lights.Custom Dynamics Led Bright sides, Amber and Red Fender lights, and Saddle Bag Bright sides.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ssmcclub View Post
    hi bajaron will your sway bar and links fit the new 2019 can am spyder f3s special series on your site it shows it up to 2018 f3s if so how long to deliver to ny 11758?
    As already posted, the answer is yes. My sway bar kit will fit the 2019 F3 and RT models. There have been no changes to the 2019 F3 or RT models as far as the sway bar kit is concerned. The Ryker, of course, is another story. It is going to require a completely different product, which I am in the process of building right now.

    I am also in the process of updating this products page as there have been several changes to products and pricing.
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    Hello Bajaron,

    My name is Jerome and I would like to order 2 Gallons of oil for my 2012 SE5 RTS, can you give me a price?
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    I have a question in regards to your upgrade IX plugs...I have a 2015 F3-Sport with a STAGE II ECU tune...I wanted to try these plugs out..my 25,000 mile plug change is coming up...would the performance increase more than what I already have...or stay the same.. and...what is the run life of these plugs thanks for your input.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 308gunner View Post
    I have a question in regards to your upgrade IX plugs...I have a 2015 F3-Sport with a STAGE II ECU tune...I wanted to try these plugs out..my 25,000 mile plug change is coming up...would the performance increase more than what I already have...or stay the same.. and...what is the run life of these plugs thanks for your input.
    The IX plugs are more efficient and reliable in delivering the spark energy to the fuel mix. Especially if you open up the gap to 0.038" from the OEM gap of 0.032". The OEM Laser Welded spark plugs are pretty good. So the improvement is not what we used to get by swapping out the copper core spark plugs that Spyders used to come with. The life span is listed as somewhat less than the laser welded. But my feeling is that because the IX plugs were built for race applications. The standards for maintenance have been raised from a street application. Everyone has been comfortably getting at least 25k out of these. I don't know of a customer that has run the IX plugs in an ECU upgraded Spyder. I would think the results might be even more positive than with a stock engine. Though I have no actual proof that this is true.

    I am able to get the IX plug sets for less than the OEM Laser Welded version. This is because my supplier can get the IX plugs, but cannot get me the OEM Laser Welded version.

    I hope this helps.
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    Quote Originally Posted by BajaRon View Post
    The IX plugs are more efficient and reliable in delivering the spark energy to the fuel mix. Especially if you open up the gap to 0.038" from the OEM gap of 0.032". The OEM Laser Welded spark plugs are pretty good. So the improvement is not what we used to get by swapping out the copper core spark plugs that Spyders used to come with. The life span is listed as somewhat less than the laser welded. But my feeling is that because the IX plugs were built for race applications. The standards for maintenance have been raised from a street application. Everyone has been comfortably getting at least 25k out of these. I don't know of a customer that has run the IX plugs in an ECU upgraded Spyder. I would think the results might be even more positive than with a stock engine. Though I have no actual proof that this is true.

    I am able to get the IX plug sets for less than the OEM Laser Welded version. This is because my supplier can get the IX plugs, but cannot get me the OEM Laser Welded version.

    I hope this helps.
    Great ...my next question is...are the plugs...already pre-gapped...for the 1330? You mention 0.038 gap.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 308gunner View Post
    Great ...my next question is...are the plugs...already pre-gapped...for the 1330? You mention 0.038 gap.
    They do come pre-gapped. But at the OEM gap of .032".

    The following is how I think this process works. 'Think' being the primary word in this sentence.

    1- NGK does not know what vehicle their product will be installed on. So, they set the factory gap at a conservative number. After all. You want the plug to fire reliably no matter what, and for the claimed service mileage. They are not looking for the optimum setting. Which will vary by vehicle anyway.
    2- BRP then recommends the gap set by the spark plug manufacturer. Which in this case is .032".
    3- I am sure both NGK and BRP know that some will Dyno their Spyder or at least experiment with gap to find the optimum setting. But they are more interested in a universal setting that works reasonably well in every case.

    I had a customer dyno their Spyder, changing gap in .002" increments. He found that .040" gave the best results. Each change giving him better results than the last until he went to .042", where the results began to deteriorate. My recommendation of .038" is based on his findings with a bit of conservatism in the slightly narrower setting.
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    Alright...now we are getting somewhere....since the factory settings are 0.032...I may run about 0.036..but no more than that..just open it up a little more..since I'm running a tune....also...it won't need much because of the upgrade materials of the plug...it's going to be interesting..

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    Quote Originally Posted by 308gunner View Post
    Alright...now we are getting somewhere....since the factory settings are 0.032...I may run about 0.036..but no more than that..just open it up a little more..since I'm running a tune....also...it won't need much because of the upgrade materials of the plug...it's going to be interesting..
    Let me know what you think when you get done. Good information is always valuable. It lets me help the next person who asks. Plus, inquiring minds want to know! ;-)

    I am sure you already know this. But for anyone who is thinking of opening up the gap on an Iridium spark plug. There are a few things to know.

    The iridium center electrode is extremely hard. This is why they last so long. But this center electrode is also brittle. If you put much pressure on it, it may fracture and render the spark plug useless. So, DO NOT use a standard wedge type gapping tool (pictured on the left). This tool widens the gap by wedging the center electrode against the grounding electrode. Fine if you're gapping a copper electrode spark plug. But not an Iridium. Instead, use a tool like the one on the Right side of this picture. This tool manipulates the grounding electrode without touching the center electrode (if used properly). You still have to be a little careful with this tool as it can, if used improperly, contact and fracture the center electrode. Just be careful and you'll have no problem.

    The wire gauges will touch the center electrode. But they will not damage it. The electrode isn't that delicate.

    You can expand this picture by clicking on it or letting your mouse pointer hover over it for a few seconds.

    I hope this helps!

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    Hey Ron! I'd like to place an order for this: 2014-2019 SM6 & SE6 (1330cc ACE) Spyder Oil Filter Kit (Includes Seal Kit & Domestic Shipping)

    2- Oil Filters + 2 Seal Kits - $33.90 ($16.95 ea) Please PM me for payment & shipping info. Thanks!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Spyderman2018 View Post
    Hey Ron! I'd like to place an order for this: 2014-2019 SM6 & SE6 (1330cc ACE) Spyder Oil Filter Kit (Includes Seal Kit & Domestic Shipping)

    2- Oil Filters + 2 Seal Kits - $33.90 ($16.95 ea) Please PM me for payment & shipping info. Thanks!!
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