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    Default NGK BPR6ES-11 for E12-80 distributor?

    I'm guessing I should run ZX plugs now that I've switched to a ZX distributor? Is this what everybody else runs that's done it?
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    Pertronix - BPR6ES-11 also
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    Yep with a .044 gap
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    For any of you that do not know how do decode a NGK plug..........
    http://www.ngksparkplugs.com/techinf...tnumberkey.pdf
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    Someone here posted that link a couple of years ago, maybe it was you Mitchell.
    I printed it off, laminated it and mounted on the wall of my shop, it's just too easy to loose good info like that.

    Quote Originally Posted by Travel'n Man View Post
    For any of you that do not know how do decode a NGK plug..........
    http://www.ngksparkplugs.com/techinf...tnumberkey.pdf
    1970 240Z HLS30 01955 March/70

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    A person could go "one click hotter" to a 5 instead of a 6. If you do be sure to pull your plugs and make sure they are not too hot - blistered- your porcelain cooked and so forth. Don't want that plug too hot! If you are tracking and pushing your engine up in the 6500 - 7000 RPM you may want to go colder to a 7. I would think anybody with electronic ignition would want to go with a larger gaping than stock.
    Life's a journey; enjoy the ride!

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