The not very small print. Cross references are supplied for information only. However owners make changes to vehicles over time, for example raising the compression, skimming heads or fitting different cams. Also vehicles are driven differently, one owner may potter about and require a plug that gets up to temperature quickly (Hotter Plug) where as another owner may spend all of their time at higher speeds doing longer journeys so would benefit from a colder plug. When ever you change plugs we would always advise to have a quick look at it after a trip of 15 to 20 miles. If it is spotlessly clean with no deposits at all even where the base of the thread is touching the head, you should move to one grade colder (from L15C to L14C for example). If the plug is dry and sooty, even at the hottest part of he electrode tip you should consider riding harder, or changing a plug one grade hotter (from N14C to N15C for example.
F2 Motorcycles Ltd are not responsible for any damage caused by incorrect plug selection.