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Old 05-17-2008, 03:31 PM   #1
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Default Need help gapping plugs

Im doing a tune up on my dads car which is a 98 sse with just about 200,000 miles on it, i was wondering if i should gap them to the original specs or what, o btw im using NGK tr55s.
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i would imagine factory set up of .60"
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.060" on a stock pulley.
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The car is not supercharged by the way.
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.060" on a stock pulley.
What he said.
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The car is not supercharged by the way.
What he said But yes, the gap of .060 still applies to a N/A car.
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alright thanks a lot.
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