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1979 Dodge w400, w/ 360....i bought the ngk vpower plugs, and am wondering what the gap would be . No sticker under the hood :(
 

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sometimes small block mopars like .045 and some times they dont. just be sure and put a dab of anti-sieze compound on the threads, just a dab, and only on the threads.
 

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i thought we were running 45 on the HEI conversions?
 

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are you on the wrong web site? who on a dodge site is running a HEI conversion. cause i know i wouldnt log in to a cheby site. ???????????
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he he he moe you are funny when it gets late night. I was speaking about the much praised conversion that bruce has showed us...because it is a hotter ign. it needs a greater gap. I have never been to a cheby site but soon i will...I am scouting out an 85 or 86 to do a rear disk conversion. just as soon as i find out how the parking brake is kept and if the 85 and 86 chebies are interchangable.
 

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Yeah .035" on pretty much every Dodge engine from 93-back.

And could somebody please remind me why the HEI swap is so much better? :D
 

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well i tryed .045 on a stock 77, 318 and a 82, 360, both with stock chrysler ignition it didnt harm any thing but iam not sure it helped, but i do know if you try it it will not cause trouble.
 
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