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    spark plug gap for 97 daytona tigershark 770

    Well my 1997 daytona tigershark 770 was running like ****. the starter went bad so i replaced that along with the battery and spark plugs. It doesn't run to bad when it gets going, but it takes a while to get it started. When you sit there and let it idle it dies most of the time. I would tell you what the idle is at but the rpm gauge has been stuck at 7 grand since ive got it. Also since ive put the new plugs, battery, and starter in the oil light is on. The oil injection seems to be working fine though. The first thing i am going to do is check the gap on the plugs. So my questions are....What should the plugs be gapped at? and any other advice about the problems i mentioned above. sorry for the long post. thanks for the help in advance!

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    Re: spark plug gap for 97 daytona tigershark 770

    the carb could need to be adjusted. that could be one of my problems.

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