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What Spark Plug gap?

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Old 05-22-2010, 08:48 PM   #1
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I recently went out and bought NGK platinum G-Power spark plugs. Was wondering if anyone knows the gap specification i should be adjusting them to? Three came at .35 and one came at .25?!
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I believe the factory gap size is for the GSR is .052" while the LS is .044".

With those plugs, extreme care must be taken not to damage the delicate platinum center electrode.
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NGK plugs for our cars come pre-gapped. Which plugs did you buy? As in the spark plug # code.
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NGK plugs for our cars come pre-gapped. Which plugs did you buy? As in the spark plug # code.
Even pre-gapped plugs are not always precise. I always double check my plugs and they are off sometimes.
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which ngk plugs r better? iridium or platinum series? i got the iridium series ones but theres also iridum laser series. which ones r better?
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which ngk plugs r better? iridium or platinum series? i got the iridium series ones but theres also iridum laser series. which ones r better?
unless you are making mad power spark plugs dont matter
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