I investigated the spark plug after I learned about the oil and water drain......the spark plug broke inside when I took some needle noses to pull out the other half the spark plug came with it, the scary part is the tip of the spark plug is missing so I hope it melted away and is not stuck in the bottom and I dont know yet if the treads have been stripped to the plug chamber"These ports are runoff from the spark plug slots. You say you are having exhaust coming out of this one?"
+1 on that. They're drain holes for oil or water that happens to get into the spark plug wells, typically from a leaking valve cover seal. They're had to see but you can see them if you look carefully into the wells. There shouldn't ever be air coming out them. I wonder if your spark plugs aren't properly tightened. I guess that another possibility is that your head is somehow cracked. But that's unlikely.
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These ports are runoff from the spark plug slots. You say you are having exhaust coming out of this one?
I posted 2 picture to show what I’m talkin about"the tip of the spark plug is missing so I hope it melted away and is not stuck in the bottom and I dont know yet if the treads have been stripped to the plug chamber"
I don't follow all that. If you're referring to the terminal on the top of the plug, Suzuki uses a stud type and all you should see is the threaded stud as if the terminal nut was removed, i.e. it never was there. If you're referring to the ground or center electrode, they should definitely be there and you could have internal damage if they're not. But if you're still wondering about threads "stripped to the plug chamber", you probably don't know what the electrodes look like.