.38 to .40
The gap setting is .38 to .42
1989 was .042-.046 gap
I use 38 thou
.38 to .40
The correct gap is 38-42 for my 1995. It should be the same. I called several HD service departments to confirm. I did the gap, installed and ran great.
.38-.43 with .40 ideal for idle and highway speeds
The manual and technicians say that the gap should be from .36-.40. Personally I use .38 just to be in the middle and my 95' FLSTC has always run great from it.
get a new spark plug
The correct answer is between 38 and 40 (esp if its an '01) No less than 40 and no more than 45.
14-38 is the best sprocket combination, using an iridium spark plug or any upgrade of spark plug. it will surely deliver power and speed. and you don't need to open your engine for more upgrades.
I believe this information is correct : point gap ( .024 to .026 ) dwell ( 35 to 38 ) spark plug gap ( .032 to .036 inch ) ignition timing ( 6 degrees BTDC - manual transmission ) ( 12 degrees BTDc - automatic transmission ) for a 1965 Ford Mustang 200 cubic inch straight 6 cylinder engine
Pit Pony - 1999 That Special Spark 1-38 is rated/received certificates of: USA:TV-G
Depends on the exact model. Normally anywhere from 2-6.
If it's points or a Dyna S ignition you set the plugs at 28, other wise you set the plugs between 38 - 40
About 38% Or to be exact: 38.461538461538461538461538461538461538%
a big number 228 to be exact
Burnt valve, blown head gasket, bad plug wire.
There is no exact least common denominator. Six does not go into 38
Caliber is .45 GAP (Glock auto pistol)
there are about 38 to be exact its 60 so there's your answers
mine doesn't have plug wires but mines a 4.6. It has individual coils on the plugs.
The EPA mileage estimate for the 2013 Chevrolet Spark is 32 mpg in the city, 38 mpg on the highway.
no...not at all there are many couples still together which have a bigger age gap between them for example, my dad is 42 but my mum is 38 <--- 4 years gap of age between them!! but they are living happillly together! :D