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Wemoto Resistor-less Spark Plug Caps for CX500 (HL-390026) review


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If you are looking to replace your corroded plug caps and want to move to a resistor-less cap, here's one option! Wemoto stock a resistor-less plug cap:

http://www.wemoto.com/parts/picture/HL-390026/

Here's what you get:

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Rubber caps on both ends, as you can see. Flipside:

This is a series of photos on the Wemoto spark plug cap HL-390026 for Honda CX500 - a cap without resistors.

The only markings on it are "K05F":

This is a series of photos on the Wemoto spark plug cap HL-390026 for Honda CX500 - a cap without resistors.

Unlike the standard CX500 spark plug caps which have a slotted bottom piece, this one looks like so:

This is a series of photos on the Wemoto spark plug cap HL-390026 for Honda CX500 - a cap without resistors.

Since there's no resistor there should be no need to disassemble it, however. Top end: This is a series of photos on the Wemoto spark plug cap HL-390026 for Honda CX500 - a cap without resistors.

Threaded, as per the stock ones. Speaking of stock, here's a stock one next to the new one:

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The larger rubber cap comes off the old:

This is a series of photos on the Wemoto spark plug cap HL-390026 for Honda CX500 - a cap without resistors.

...and fits on the new:

This is a series of photos on the Wemoto spark plug cap HL-390026 for Honda CX500 - a cap without resistors.

As you would expect, the standard 7mm cable threads right on:

This is a series of photos on the Wemoto spark plug cap HL-390026 for Honda CX500 - a cap without resistors.

We hooked a pair up to the bike to repair an extremely corroded pair and it was plug and play (pun intended!) - the bike fired up first time with the NGK DR8ES-L spark plugs (eBay). For those who aren't inclined to replace the resistors with brass rods, or who have plug caps which are otherwise damaged/too corroded this is a good option for a replacement.


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