Thanks GTV.... my terminology is incorrect.. but I'm glad someone understands me...
Correct me if I am wrong.... a TS TURBO set up is going to be running more power.
Your stock plugs are good for stock NA engine. No regapping required.
The CR of an NA engine will be higher than that of a TC engine.
A TC engine will have lower CR, but at point of combustion will have higher overall pressure in the chamber.
Simple logic dictates that when running higher compression or higher power, having a reduced gap allows the arcing to be easier, with less stress on the coils.
The logic is to check the plugs and gaps, and if necesscary, to regap.
Without coming up with any $, or doing anything extra, we rule out on a simple scenario first.
Then moving on to the next set of potential causes.
Its a wonder why people pay arm and tooth to maintain their cars without ruling out the simplest issues first.
But hey, like I said, I could be wrong... and you guys are the smart ones.... I just wasted time troubleshooting only.....