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Old 08-13-2004, 09:22 PM   #1
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Anyone know what to gap these at for 75- 150 wet shot???THANKS
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It makes a slight difference with how your car is tuned, but .038 should work fine.
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Thank you for quick reply
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No problem, hope everything works and it makes you
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.035 for mine
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.036 for me. Stock timing, 150 wet on 93 octane. No KR while spraying.
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i went .038, works great on a TNT 100 wet shot
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i went .038, works great on a TNT 100 wet shot
Shooting TNT 100 Wet also. Just got my TR6 today. Will tray .038. Thanks
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Stock gap is .060 i gapped ten less at .050 do i need to regap down to .035 or .038 on NOS 100 dry shot or will it not really make a difference
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Old 08-19-2004, 07:16 PM   #10
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Default .060 gap spray

Ive sprayed 100 h.p. T.N.T. with stock .060 gap with no problems for the last two years.
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Old 08-23-2004, 04:34 AM   #11
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Gap is only shortened as a preventative method to illiminate plug "blow off" under extreme cylinder pressures and therefore missfires.
Anything up to 150 should be between .038>.042
I gapped mine .040
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I have mine gapped at .040 and have a slight surging feel while I'm spraying sometimes (TNT F1). I thought it might be from "blow off", but if people have run with the stock gap without a problem I'm guessing thats not my issue.
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