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end gap on rings for boosted engine

What kind of numbers should we shoot for when gapping rings for a boosted application? Guessing more gap since they get hotter and will flex more? Maybe, anyone?

306, single turbo, street car, nothing too extreme

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i setup my rings up on my stock style bottomend at .24 and it is doing fine..

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