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Old 09-15-2002, 02:00 PM
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Originally posted by Badinfo
the larger gap allows for a larger spark, thereby burning the fuel more completely, resulting in a smoother idle and a little more power.
Thanks for the response. Have you actually noticed a difference?

In my case, a new set of ignition wires made a noticible difference even though I had no idea that the installed wires were damaged.

I only had about 50K on the clock when I changed the wires.

I change the plugs at around 20K because they cost practically nothing and are easy to change so long as I keep the wire boots lubed with HD silicon.
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