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Ive been searching on proper spark plug gaps, and im coming up with all kinds of numbers.


from the stock NGK G and V power plats, everything is pre-gapped at .044

from everyone supraforums, its all over the place from .020-.035. im sure the wide range is the type of plug, what power are you outputting, etc.

on a couple supra websites aside from this one, stock to bpu recommendation is .032-.035

so wtf is it? :lol:

I mean, looks like Ill be having to gap the new plugs to .032, but i was just curious as to any other input from you guys.
 

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varies from car to car, depends how old the ignition system is and how much power they are putting down.

if your bpu start at .030 and work your way down if neccesary, but bpu should be fairly easily to ignite. i know some people get away with .018 if they are pushing the limits on the ignition system and power lvl's. I would try your own secret sauce, the higher the gap the smoother its going to idle. the lower the more rough and the less likely hood you'll blow the plug out at higher rpms. good luck sir
 
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