Ngk Cr8eix?

Got the plug to put in myTE-610 but the gap is .029 and the manual suggests .022; can I reduce the gap on the iridium plug? Or do I just put it in as is? Don't want to mess up engine obviously, total nube here...TIA Dan

You can gap it or i would just put it in!

didn't gap mine.......just had to pull the cap of another sparkplug, guess the CR8EIK does not come with one stock

What kind of cap? Can I just by another plug that has one as they are universal?

The parts manual doesn't show a cap on plug...

Sry for stupid questions, I understand what you mean by cap now :thumbsup:

It is recommended that you not re-gap the Iridium plugs, both NGK and Bosch say this...the reasoning is that the much lower arc voltage required (because of the tiny center electrode) you can run a larger gap and therefore have a broader/longer spark for better fuel ignition.

If you do choose to gap it, be very careful, do not touch the center tip...it's extremely hard and will chip/break if your gapping tool contacts it.

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