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    034motorsport tri electrode plugs gapping?

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    Just ordered a set of these, are they already gapped OK or do I need to do them all myself?

    http://www.034motorsport.com/ignitio...tor-p-184.html

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    Saw that thread but did no t see a mention of what type of plugs, thx

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    I think it's the same for all plugs.

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    It says they are pregapped.

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    Of course they are pre-gapped. Have you even tried to put a feeler gauge to measure the gap between each electrode? Good luck doing that. 2 and more electrode plugs are almost always, if not always, pre-gapped.
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    thank you all for the replies



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