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The MSD can fire some pretty big gaps, but it really depends on how good of condition the high voltage side of your ignition system is. Remember, a spark will jump the path of least resistance, which could be a bad plug wire, or a carbon tracked cap or rotor. I've used MSD's on several cars and have seen some that wouldn't go past 0.035, and some that would easily go over 0.040.

That said, a 930 with an ignition system in good condition is probably good for 0.035-0.040.
1986 911 Turbo
3.3L, K27HFS, Tial 46mm, TurboKraft Intercooler, 964 Cams, Monty Muffler, MS3Pro Evo, M&W Ignition, Zietronix WBO2 Data Logger, Wevo shifter, coupler and motor mounts.
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