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Old 06-24-2006, 07:21 PM   #1
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What pulley, plug, and gap are you running?
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92/93 pulley on a gen 3, TR55 at .055
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I'm running the same on the 95 with the stock pulley, out of convenience.

I have TR55'* in the SSEi as well, since I wasn't planning on going this small in pulley size. TR6'* would probably be a better choice right now, and particularly so since I'm going to try the 2.0" pulley soon.

Last time I ran TR6'* (2 ranges colder) I gapped them at .050", simply because the V-Power plugs tend to jump the gap better than a traditional plug, and I have slightly hotter coils than most.
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3.4 S2 M90,TR55 IridiumIX,gapped .060
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2.55 pulley on gen 3 M62, NGK Tr-55, Gapped to .55
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Ac Delco race plugs (1 1/2 ranges colder then stock) @ .053 with a 3.4" pulley
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Modified Autolite 103 @ .045" with a 2" pulley on a Gen 2 M62.
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Bump. Let'* see some more two and three ranges colder.
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2.5 Pulley, TR-6'* gapped at .55, on MSD coils and wires.
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Series 2 motor:

Autolite 104 (2 ranges colder) @ .050"
3.4" pulley
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