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Old 10-21-2013, 02:40 PM   #1
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Doeg anyone know if the sark plugs on Pelican come pre gapped?
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Old 10-21-2013, 03:10 PM   #2
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If you get BOSCH plugs then they should be pre-gapped however they are manufactured-in china so I'd check them anyway

Not sure about a street car engine but the sparkplug gaps in performance racing motor always grow as they wear so we always gap them 5% smaller than recommended.
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All plugs come pre-gapped these days. But I double check them anyway. Old habit.
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Old 10-22-2013, 02:02 PM   #4
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Trimer,

I agree with Thstone and Nine8Six, they should all come pre-gapped no matter if they are made in China or Detroit.

I've been using BOSCH Platinum IR Fusion plugs in my 1999 Boxster. Every BOSCH sparkplug I've ever purchased with 2 or 4 prongs did not have to be gapped.

I go on the Pelican website and find the correct part/parts and then I go to ******************************** and purchase the same part for a great cost savings.

Last week I received my BOSCH Spark Plug Sparktacular Rebate of $32.00 on the eight Platinum IR Fusion plugs I just purchased. (******************************** only sold the plugs in boxes of four, so I purchased two boxes)

The plugs were about a 1/3 cheaper at ******************************** plus I got $32.00 back.

I still purchase my oil filters, oil plugs and washers from Pelican.

Just my two cents.

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