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I think I read somewhere that the correct plug is 7. And the gap should be 7.
Tuner for my 2.7 recommended NGK 6510 gaped .026-.028. OEM plugs pulled were around .030. I used .026 because all my experience was that gaps widen with time and it's a pressurized engine. Have several thousand miles on them now running very well, idle did seem smoother. Happy with the BCB recommendation and will use them again.
Far cry and difference from the plug eating high performance motors of my youth (ran a 68 Z28 that ate plugs quickly). KM
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