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Autolite 24 one step colder, what's the rift gap?

Hey guys about to finally try out my 100 shot for the first time so I just got some autolite 24 one step older spark plugs about to install them but don't know the right gap for them. Anyone know what I should gap them to?

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I'll let the real experts chime in but I've always remembered reading you'll want to tighten the gap up. You'll probably be safe running .030-.035. If it was me, I'd throw them at .035 and see how it runs with a strong ignition.

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.030-.035 gap.. try to fing AR24 plugs. recessed tip for nitrous.
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.030-.035 gap 100 shot you should be fine on a .035. Also I would look into NGK recessed down the road.

After you make a pass pull plugs take a look at them to be sure you didn't burn the tip off if all looks well your good.

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.030-.035 gap 100 shot you should be fine on a .035. Also I would look into NGK recessed down the road.

After you make a pass pull plugs take a look at them to be sure you didn't burn the tip off if all looks well your good.
I too prefer the NGK "R" series recessed tip plugs.
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