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I have a 350 chevy engine using a mallory unilite distributor what is the spark plug gap for champion platinum plugs number 3025 the engine is 1978

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Without any more information than this I have to say it should be between 32 and 35 thousands. I don't have the info from the ignition system that your using, Have you checked the manufactures suggestions. Unless this is a super spark ignition then the gap I quoted should work.

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