Honestly...I have a few months to think about it. I might...heck...probably will...LOL.
yeah to my understanding is you switch it back to stock plugs before taking it in and remove the piggyback.How would that work when you take it in for service? I thought I read just pull the unit off and they won't know but if the plugs are gapped differently than they are supposed to be won't that affect how the engine is running. Or will you also have to replace the plugs with the originals before taking it in?
So why does the plugs need to be re-gapped again?Honestly...I have a few months to think about it. I might...heck...probably will...LOL.
But now is not the time for me. It's cold out...daylight runs out quick...hardly anytime to enjoy. So if anything happens it will be the spring.
That will also give them time to tweak it and make it better and more stable. What I really hate is having to deal with replacing and regapping the spark plugs.
So give it 4-5 months
i think they have to be re-gapped cuz the piggyback can fry the plugs at stock setting.. if im wording that wrong someone correct me lol
That does not sound very convenient at all. Too bad!
How is it well documented in the 2.0T?JB4 website:
"As is well documented for the Genesis platform, both the 3.3L and 2.0L, is prone to spark blow out at both stock and higher than stock boost levels. At a minimum, the factory spark plug gap should be closed to 0.022″. Alternatively, replacement spark plugs can be used that offers a stronger spark and are more reliable than stock. If you have any questions regarding our spark plug suggestions and JB4 map guide, please click here and ask in our support forum." Alternate plugs: Denso Iridium Power Spark Plug Set (Pack of Six) 5346 IKH24 - Genesis Owners
If I were to modify I would use high-performance plugs and replace those with the original unaltered gapped plugs.
Well that is exactly what I thought up until now...which was fine. But then folks started posting...and I got a little freaked out.