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Username Post: Plug Gap        (Topic#343736)
freebirdinflyt 
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Loc: Ormond, Fl
Reg: 08-23-08
04-02-17 02:20 PM - Post#2684663    

Howdy All

I put a new stock chevy 350 crate engine in on my 56 Belair two years ago and used AC Deco R45TS gap 45 and a year later I put in the Edelbrock 3600 E Street FJ and left those plugs in, I always noticed hesitation taking off slowly.

Today I went to the auto store and mention the FJ and the guy said I should be gapping the plugs 35. I don't see it in the Edelbrock manual. Is the Auto Zone correct ?

Thanks in advance

Doug




 




Tri5man 
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Tri5man
Loc: Possums Crotch, KY
Reg: 06-26-07
04-02-17 03:19 PM - Post#2684674    
    In response to freebirdinflyt

Depends on what distributor your running. .045 if running an HEI .035 if not. Doubt changing your plug gap will fix your hesitation. More likely a timing issue.

Gary



 
freebirdinflyt 
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Loc: Ormond, Fl
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04-02-17 05:59 PM - Post#2684697    
    In response to Tri5man

Thanks for your help guy



 




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