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Old 09-20-2004, 05:56 PM   #1
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what should the gap be set at?i bought some autolite platniums and put them in...i think the are pre gapped at .06...and also whats a good set of wires to get from ike autoparts or oreillys?
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Take the plugs back. Platinums are a bad idea in Supercharged cars. Read the sticky topic "Tech Talk with NGK" in Performance.

With a stock pulley, .060" is correct.

Buy standard copper plugs or Irridiums.
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