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    Feb 2010
    Delray Beach

    RXPX: NGK Spark Plug Gap

    Just pulled my old NGK DCPR8E plugs and putting new ones in.
    I read the correct gap is .030 but noticed on the old plugs AND the new ones are at .026.

    Should I gap them to .030?

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    Discovery Bay, CA
    same plugs, same gap for me..... runs like a champ!

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