I have seen it mentioned several times that it is recommended to reduce the spark plug gap from stock .032 to .028 to eliminate or reduce misfires on a stage 1 or 2 tune. I understand the theory behind spark plug gapping, but what I'm not understanding is what about a software modification causes increased misfires. The primary parameters that are being altered are timing and boost, correct? Does one of these changes cause misfires that can be corrected with a smaller gap? How many people are actually experiencing misfires after tuning that were not present before? Does it affect the majority and the smaller gap should be taken as an across the board measure by anyone getting tuned? Or is it only affecting a handful and regapping is an easy band aid method to fix (or cover up) the problem? The tuner I normally see this advice attributed to is not a company that inspires the utmost faith for me, which really makes me question the advice, but I'm open minded and curious to hear the reasoning behind it.