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Old 06-22-2019, 10:47 AM
ShagWagon ShagWagon is offline
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Quote:
Originally Posted by babywag
I sure would not run a .050 gap on one of these.
Have always run .035 regardless of ignition or fueling upgrades.
just my opinion

google has decent pics of too lean plugs

Quote:
Originally Posted by babywag
I sure would not run a .050 gap on one of these.
Have always run .035 regardless of ignition or fueling upgrades.
just my opinion

google has decent pics of too lean plugs

I had read that it makes a bigger spark therefore, making all the fuel burn better or something. Its been a year and half so I don’t remember exactly why I did it. I was just wondering if it was snake oil about all that, and if it could possibly have anything to do with efficiency because it’s not a normal setting for a plug gap.

I’ll see what this tank does with the higher afr settings first. Then I will change the gaps back to 35-37? and put a new plug in #1 and run it for a hundred or so and see if I can get a better reading rather than use a carboned up already plug.
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