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I was told it has upgraded coil packs on it. Would that make a difference w/ the gap size? Also I was told it has bigger injectors too, but I'm not really sure how to tell the difference between stock and aftermarket ones. Would there be any specific markings on them that tell me what size injectors they are?
 

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Usually it is the color of the injectors as far as I know but not 100% sure on that.

As far as the gap your not running boost or nitrous so I suggest staying with factory gap!
 

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i have gms pro series coil packs with autolite copper plugs, never had one problem and its on the factory gap of .054.
 

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I got MSD coil packs also and stayed with factory gap.

99cobra you both should have COP not the coil packs right?
 

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yea they are cop, i just call them coil packs either way.
 

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.048-.050 normally aspirated and I doubt the injectors are changed in your car..
 

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+1, on gap and injectors are probably still stock. Most of those aftermarket COP's are crap though. Get ready for them to crap out or the boots to go bad.
 

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so glad gms cop's have lifetime warranty. hey brutal, should i change my gap to .048-.050, or is that just for the mach 1? right now im set at .054.
 
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