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  • 2023 G70 2.0 M1/M2 log check

    Hello all,

    2023 G70 2.0 AWD
    HKS Plugs (m45xl) gapped 0.28 (The pre-gapping was all over the place, I adjusted. Now all really close to 0.28) tightened using 17lbs torque. Coil packs at 10lbs
    93 Octane (pump)
    No other mods on car (1,200 miles on car Odo)

    I’ve recently installed the JB4 and HKS plugs. This was my first run on M2. Three total logs in this file. One on M1 and two on M2 (last log was getting on freeway 100mph+)
    Just wondering what any of the pros here think of the logs. Anything I should watch out for or keep an eye on? I know there’s some timing on 2-4, anything about that abnormal for my setup?

    Thanks in advance for anybody's time spent replying. I appreciate any input. Thanks again!
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    Looks pretty normal to me for a 2L on 93 octane, map2.
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      Thank you, Terry!

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