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Old 03-26-2010, 04:35 PM   #1
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spark plug gap for nitrous

what should i gap my plugs to for nitrous? I will be using a 50 shot


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I would start at about .045 , Cyl psi increases a lot and you dont want spk blow out with nitrous and a plastic intake
I would go up a fuel pill size as well if your not running a tune and a wide band AF gauge to make sure your safe

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I've run 16 bottles through my car this winter with the gap set at .035" on a 50-shot. I've never tried any other gap as this worked fine for me. Be sure not to use platinum plugs, iridium or copper work fine.

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Thanks. That is what i gapped my plugs at and they are doing just fine!
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