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    spark plug gap...

    my spark plugs are ngk bpr8es what should they be gaped at??
    thank you very much.
    David


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    Should be .024-.028. If the ignition system is in poor working condition I've seen the plugs lowered to .020 and she'll run pretty good. I should note, that was on the Domestic engine and not a Fuji.

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    hey ph2o i was trying to check in the tech section for gaps...but i couldnt find it.....if its really not there maybe you could add it for some of us newbies.

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    I'll add it tonight, I've been busy converting text to images for the updates on the 99 and newer stuff so I've been a little lax on the daily up-date stuff.

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    Mannn what would we do with out you...lol
    thanks alot for everything!!!
    David

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