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Old 21 Dec 2010, 11:34 am
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Ok Ive been reading some of our forums and im seeing conflicting stories so I figured Id ask.

2005 PT GT Turbo

1. Should I be using Iridum Plugs
2. What is the correct gap
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Old 21 Dec 2010, 11:43 am
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Default Re: Plug Questions

Many stay with the tried and true copper OEM's. I installed the Iridium; not noticing a difference (except cost).

The gap recommended by the manufacturer is posted on the car under the hood - upon many suggestions, mine are at .040 - again no difference noticed.
2005 Limited Turbo-Lite, auto in Cool Vanilla
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Old 21 Dec 2010, 12:21 pm
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Try the gap at 0.040 or 0.035, depends on how you're driving it more than anything. If like me, you're a nutter when driving, then gap at 0.035
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