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Spark plug gaps

This is a discussion on Spark plug gaps within the General Help forums, part of the LSx Technical Help Section category; I am going to replace the stock plugs in my car soon and wanted to ask about the spark plug ...

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    Spark plug gaps

    I am going to replace the stock plugs in my car soon and wanted to ask about the spark plug gap. The AC Delco Iridium plugs are what I am leaning towards, but the gap on those are about 0.045" and the stock plugs are at 0.06". Should I only replace them with 0.06" plugs or will the 0.045" iridiums work okay? Also, can the iridium plugs be regapped to 0.06"?

    With all this said, any advice on plugs would be appreciated!

    2002 Z28 with minor intake mods: K&N FIPK, Granatelli MAF, SLP smooth bellows
    daily driver in western humid Tennessee

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    just gap the iridiums to .06

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    i'm using the ac plugs at 45 and they work fine

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    .060 is what you need

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    Thanks for the responses.

    All of the iridium plugs (pretty much) say not to regap the plugs. Is this an issue?

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    why do you want to clutter your mind with this gap issue?

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