Does anyone know the correct gap? I've searched around and I haven't found anything
That's weird I searched Google and found a lot of info.
Also, I see you created another thread asking another/similar question. Call whomever you purchased the piston from, Wiseco/ProX ect. if you don't trust the internet. They can tell you what the gap should be. Be sure to check your bore size too because if the jug needs to be re done, doesn't matter if you do a top end... You won't get the compmression you want (meaning power) You can check that by using a telescoping bore gauge or taking it to the shop.
Worth the extra hassle.
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