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Old 12-20-2006, 07:09 PM   #1
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Im about to install some tr6's in my 2000 TA which it gonna have a sts turbo put on. What should I gap them at was told .35 that correct?

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yea, most people leave them at .35
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Thank you. Im actually trying to do it right now but wasn't sure figured I would ask on here first!!!
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35 is good
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yea, most people leave them at .35
Thats what I use with 12lbs and no problems.
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Thanks I ended up gapping them at .36. The gauge I have is alittle shitty and that was the closest setting I had. I got it all done except for the 2 back ones on the pass. side. They are the hardest.

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Im about to install some tr6's in my 2000 TA which it gonna have a sts turbo put on. What should I gap them at was told .35 that correct?

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Should be .035
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Old 12-21-2006, 05:30 PM   #9
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Changed mine out to look at them and make sure they were fine. They worked great at the stock gap. I checked my used ones and they were still on target. 8psi with a stock block! Good to go....
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