Plug wires and etc

Discussion in '96-04 - 2V Specific' started by Mbachota97, Mar 16, 2007.

  1. Mbachota97

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  2. GDawg

    GDawg Well-Known Member

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    I bought some FRPP 9mm wires twice and each set only lasted me a year. May have been the Vegas heat that killed the plastic connectors on there... Then I bought MSD 8.5 SuperConductors and have had them now for at least three years.

    I also swear by my NGK plugs.

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  3. Brian95SVT

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    sorry to change the subject but DAMN how do you get your engine to look so clean?
     
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    My pony's not my daily driver anymore. So it gets to sit in the garage during the week and bad weather. I've always cleaned it inside and out.


    Back on topic. I'd jump on that ebay sale. I had the Iridium IXs and now I have the TR-6s.

    Coils.... Hmmm... I could use some new ones.
     
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    if you want a good set of wires check out livewires. You can only get em through performance distributors website i believe
     
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    i get lost when it comes to this stuff..... idk what to get, which is what and so forth, nastyness lol
     
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    alright ill check them out. How do you know when your plug wires go bad