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Old 12-18-2009, 06:50 PM
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plug-gap recomendations

would like to inquire to any others out there bottle feeding what kind of plug and gap your using or what you have had success with.
ive been using the ngk v-powers and changing them out every bottle to play it safe. ive been told to go back to a traditional plug and open the gap up to around a .25

getting ready to upgrade to a wet throttle body plate just want to get everything squared away
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Re: plug-gap recomendations

i have found my perfect plus and perfect gap to be...

Ngk bkr7es11

.32 for winter
.35 summer

this gap emits no studdering and detonation under 75-100 shot for me

it also runs good even all motor
draw back is plugs last a month tops or roughly 2-3 bottles
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Re: plug-gap recomendations

well it also depends on what ignition you are using. for example msd is what i run in my cars... i basically gap them until the motor feels like its almost about to stall the bend a little closer. this way i get max gap, but i do notice i go through them quicker.
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