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Old 03-27-2011, 07:48 PM   #107
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well, this is kind-of a repost from an earlier thread(s). Meant for anyone who is sorta new. I would cite the original poster(s) but that was to long ago for my brain cells. The knowledge persists however.
For NA applications: Gapping to .060 is considered the maximum for the OEM COP (Coil on plug). A persons particular COP set may or may not support the maximum. Therefore, a consensus formed that, for almost all applications, a gap of .053 is the considered 'safe' mode gap. (FA applications have there own guidelines).
Again, I cannot recall which thread(s) I learned this in. But the info seemed solid based on numerous input from many members.
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