Re: [DML] Plug Gaps and final smog numbers
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Re: [DML] Plug Gaps and final smog numbers



Improperly gapped plugs certainly can cause performance and emissions
problems.  When faced with problems like these, it's always best to start
with the basics...

--
Mike


-------------- Original message from "valleyrat12" <valleyrat12@xxxxxxxxx>: -------------- 


> I examined the plugs that I pulled from my car when I did a tune-up. 
> They are gapped at .018! Could this have been the cause of my poor 
> performance on the way back from Colorado? (I gapped the new plugs to 
> 0.30) Since the tune up I took the car over the hill on the 405 
> between West LA and Sherman Oaks, great performance! Even in 5th gear 
> at lower RPM I had good power and acceleration, on target for what I 
> thought this car would be capable of. Not awesome, but adequate. 
> 

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