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post #1 of (permalink) Old 12-16-2001, 10:12 PM
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Spark Plug Wires

Hey guys, I am gonna pull out the Bosch plugs tomorrow and put in Motorcraft ones. If that doesn't help the low RPM miss, I'm gonna check the timing and the plug wires. The ones I have now are about 2 years old and they're the higher end Taylor Spiro Core 8mm. I was wondering what you guys run for wires and whether you recommend sticking to performance type wires like MSD, Taylor and Accel or just using quality auto parts store brands like Autolite or Borg Warner. The Taylor's I have look good aside from being a bit dirty and I am running the MSD Blaster coil. Thanks for any suggestions or advice.
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Re: Spark Plug Wires

I am running Crane 8mm, but I got them CHEAP from Yahoo at the time so I bought....

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Re: Spark Plug Wires

Running motorsport wires, AC Delco plugs, and MSD Blaster Coil. I recently replaced my shot rotor and cap, which fixed my missing.


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I've got the Accel cap and rotor and it's almost new. I'm gonna double check it, but I think it should be ok.
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Re: Spark Plug Wires

I had the Accel cap but it didn't fit real tight so When I replaced my distributor I got a ford cap and rotor have had no problems since.

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