Gee, Bob, are you buying those discount NGKs again? :<) We install BP6ES
plugs in MGBs all the time and have never found they need a
smaller-than-usual spark plug wrench.
British Sportscar Center
----- Original Message -----
From: "Bob Howard" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Sent: Thursday, November 07, 2002 12:07 PM
Subject: Re: Pertronix and Spark Questions
> Those who use the NGK sparkplugs seem to be happy with them. The
> wrench size is smaller than standard on some NKGs. Check your sparkplug
> wrench set.
> Some have had success with static timing of the Pertronix; some have
> not. You can do it all with the dynamic timing light. Look for about 3
> degrees BTDC when cranking with the starter, then set to the specs you
> want once engine is running.
> On Wed, 6 Nov 2002 15:47:22 -0500 Ruggiero Larry Lt Col AFRC/XPXS
> <Larry.Ruggiero@AFRC.AF.MIL> writes:
> > Hey gang...
> > What do you like using for plugs in a 'B? .
> . I'm attempting to statically time its
> > ignition but the Pertronix electronic gizmo means conventional guidance
> > points
> > just beginning to open, etc, doesn't work.
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