Gaping question for NGK plugs

wopony98

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Okay got some of my pre-items in to put on my Cobra before I install the Vortech SQ1 next week. I have purchased the NGK V-Power Plugs. I was told I needed these for the Supercharger.

Question: For those who alread have a Cobra with S/C what gapping did you use on your plugs? I need to gap my plugs appropriately for the S/C. Thanks :help2:
 

jpajkos

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Tell you the truth man I don't even recommend NGK's for cobras. They did nothing for my buddy but cause him problems on his cobra. I recommend the Autolite's bro.
 

Tornbetween2

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What kind of ngk plugs are you running?

What kind should i run supercharged 4.6
 
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Tornbetween2 said:
What kind of ngk plugs are you running?

What kind should i run supercharged 4.6
I was told By Jason at Steen Racing to run autolite racing plugs. AR103's to be exact. Gapped to .030. I do, with no problems whatso ever.

That is assuming the 4v and 2v use the same plugs.
 

Greggerex

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Yup - I'm running Autolite 103's gapped @ .035" with the Eaton M90. Of course a roots on a sixer might have totally different requirements than a centrifugal on a Cobra... :dunno:
 

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i use ngk br7ef's have around 14 lbs of boost gapped to .30. no problems wat so ever. have an extra set if you want them.
 

ripper

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Im running 14lbs also and have 103's @.035
 

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