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i recently purchased NGK plugs and wires for my car and i am just wondering whats the correct gapping for the spark plugs... thanx for the help guys
 

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.028 for 15+ psi. I think it is .030 for anything below that.
 

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oh... you know you're right. There I go again, assuming everyone is turbo'ed.. :rolleyes:

my bad.
 

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Hey, I know how you NA guys feel. When my 14b shat itself, I was non-turbo for a couple of months... Which reminds me, wanna buy a used 14b? :D

Peace.
 

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yeaaa N/T here:( ....wish i had a turbo...thanx for the help guys
 

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Yea .44 is what the gap for the plugs is on 4G63 n/t.
 

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No prob.. I would say go w/ a .44 gap and see how that works, you can try a .40 if you want also.
ahhhhh almost made a bad mistake... that's one HELL of a gap there... .44"... thanx again Blackboost.. I think i was trying to get him to touch piston there... :rolleyes:

-Aaron
 

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whoops .044.. is it even possible to gap a plug to .44?
 
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