Supernatural 383 Plug Recommendations

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Arctic91
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Supernatural 383 Plug Recommendations

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All,

Before I start removing plugs/wires from my '92, does anyone know the recommended plug and gap for the 383 engines? Anyone have good personal experiences with a particular plug?

Thanks!
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Re: Supernatural 383 Plug Recommendations

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I had AC plugs, but had given strong thought for NGK's TR55 pugs


G ap is suggested at .050. but I might argue .045.

Perhaps others have insight. And tips on #8 r&r
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