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This is a discussion on 03 wagon .029 plug gap? within the General Maintenance, Troubleshooting & Accidents. forums, part of the Tech & Modifying & General Repairs category; Hey I push 20psi max...If I gap the plugs at .029 you think i will be ok at high rpm. ...

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    03 wagon .029 plug gap?

    Hey I push 20psi max...If I gap the plugs at .029 you think i will be ok at high rpm.

    reason i ask is because i have heard someone having problems at 22psi with their plugs gapped at .030

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    With a good set of plugs it should be no problem. I have a set of copper plugs (ngk BKR7E) in my car right now gapped at .30 with 19 psi on a 20g. I change them every six months but I have not had any problems related to the plugs.

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    I am runnin NGK iridiums and thought it was straight but wasn't sure how it would react. Thanks for the input. keep it real man

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