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Answer Difference tune for propane thanThe only diffence is spark plug gap .34 instead of .45 or .60 propane needs a hotter spark other than that it,s the same. Hope that helps you TJ

I would adjust the timing for best performance without more than a bit of knock under maximum load. I recall that with propand you can run LOTS more compression.

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