Question about 2005 Triumph Sprint ST
Triumph recommends spark plug gap be set at 0.7mm with a gap tolerance of +0.05/-0.1mm and recommend NGK CR9EK which is factory set at 0.65. Should I alter this to 0.7 or fit as is?
Gap it to 0.7m You do not want to close the gap too much or it will burn to hot and faul your plugs too soon. Make sure your useing a metric gap. If you have a thousandths gap gauge, go to between 27 and 28 thousandths of an inch. Here is a conversion table for you to print out.
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If you're replacing the spark plugs in your car
engine, you'll need to set the gap before reseating the
spark plug. The gap is the distance electricity arcs between the ground
electrode and center electrode. The gap must be set correctly to ensure
maximum performance. Here's how to set the gap of a spark plug.
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