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    Default 5.7 Kodiak Tune Up

    Going over my 5.7 carb, does anyone know the correct spark plug and gap for this engine? How about a NAPA part # for new plug wires?
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    what year is the block?

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    GUess I should have mentioned that. 2001.
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    I am no help to you then, all my stuff is old. They take the same plugs as a car I believe. Look-up a 1991 chevy truck with a 350 in it and see what comes up. Chevy plug wires are all the same, no? Makes a difference in your distributor cap style. I had trouble finding wires for a female cap ends, the male cap ends are easier to find. Not sure on the gap.

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    When looking up information on marine engines it would help to have the block I.D. #

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    Try calling Kodiak "KEM Equipment" talk to Randy he can get you all the info you will need and an engine owners manual for the 350 with all the part numbers and the operation manual for it. I believe he can E mail it to you as well. I just looked at one for their 6.0 the other day.

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    Sorry for the delay, out for a bit. I have a 2002 5.7 KEM Kodiak as well. My operator's manual does not specify which plug to replace with. Any NAPA or equivalent store should be able to pull a number for a Chevy 350 carb engine. The gap called for is .035 with the timing set at 8* BTDC. Oil filter is spec'd at a AC# PF 25 or equivalent...
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