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Spark plug gap on a jag xj6 x300 - 1995 Jaguar XJ6

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0.9mm is the factory setting some enthusiats make iot an even 1.0mm. They say it enhances spark burn under load.

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25 thou is what i set mine at

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.035, if it's the 4.0L engine.

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