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What is the spark plug gap for a 1992 Suzuki GS 500

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0,80 to 0,90mm (from Haynes manual)

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Rule of thumb if you don't know the corret gap try 35. but for the correct gab ask your Suzuki dealer

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SOURCE: 82 Suzuki GS 550 L Spark plug gap

gap is approx 12-15 thou/ but if running points can vary trgoing over to cdi?

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