Unless the bike has a LOT of miles on it, you won't need to change them. These new style plugs will last a long time. Or perhaps you are just wanting to check the running condition of the engine. If you're just checking, you can pull the rear plug by just pulling up the rear of the tank. I've done it several times. But you will need a thin wall deep socket.
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