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Let me know the type of heads you are putting on the 302 and if they are 2V or 4V heads and if possible what type of vehicle was this 302 originally in. Spark plug gap for my 2V truck is .044

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Q: What is the ignition timing point gap and spark plug gap for a 1975 Ford 302 V8?
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