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Resistance- Autolite non-resistor plugs?

What should the resistance read across the center pin on a non resistor plug? I would assume that it should be very low.

I've got a set of autolite AR3934 copper core, non resistor race plugs that are all reading all over the place, but all over 200Kohms and one of them is clearly not firing.

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