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So, when I ordered my Edelbrock S/C kit from brenspeed, they send me the Brisk spark plugs (1 heat range colder). But, there isn't anything that says what the gap should be. Can anyone with a similar setup tell me what the gap needs to be on these plugs?
 

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No one knows? OK, would the stock spark plug gapping work then?
 

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Stock is .045".

Fire off an email to Brenspeed and Chandler will tell you the proper gap.
 
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Chandler from Brenspeed said to gap it at .032"
 

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Plug gap depends on how much boost you have. Last year with 15lbs of boost, I gapped at .034. I now have 20-22lbs of boost and gap at .028.
 

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.032" for most standard forced induction applications. The gap can be reduced for higher boost applications like Marc said.
 
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