Yes i gapped them at .040 in
yes i have double checked that the plugs are in the right order
no i did not use antiseize on the plugs i used autolite platinum plugs with bwd select supermag wires
I really do not see where you have went wrong at this point. I would recheck the spark plugs to verify that there are no signs of damage to any of the ceramic insulation. I would also check to verify that your new wires have no signs of arching where they go onto the cap of the spark plugs. You would not be the first person to buy a set of plug wires in which the boots were not properly installed. I would also like you to check the firing oder with the following diagram just to be certain that there are no problems there.
Other than these items, I cannot see what may have happened to cause for this problem after the spark plug installation. If this does not help, let me know and I will opt out to see if any other experts can assist you! Good luck!
The plugs i took out where bosch platx4 plugs and it ran fine with those plugs in
You are a jerk! When I took the wires off they were tangled and crossed to begin with, so when I put them back on I layed them out in an orderly fashion like most normal people would do. Next time you insult one of your clients by commenting on the fact what they did or didnt do, you might want to think twice!