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Taylor shortie plug wires?

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Old 05-18-2009, 09:07 PM
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Whats the scoop on the Taylor shorties spark plug wires? Are they good? Im looking into redoing my spark plugs and wires. Any suggestions?
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Old 05-19-2009, 01:17 AM
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I put some on about a month ago and noticed no performance gain. I actually read on ********* that they take away about 1HP. I bought them to get rid of all of those ugly wires runing acoss the intake and because they look bada$$. They did make my truck idle smoother hough but with 57000 on the original plug wires, just the plug wires being new may have been the cause. I would say get them bc theyre easier to install (done both btw) and they look awesome. The butt dyno showed no loss in power at all.....
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I agree. I just put them on for the "cool factor"...
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I'd get them if I had an 05 and under hemi....the wires make the ignition kind of like the 06+ hemi's and 6.1's.
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Why is D/o/d/g/e/t/a/l/k starred out like that in my post?
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Thats a swear word round here...
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ive got the shorty wires. they dont give you better performance or anything, but they cleared up all the clutter the old wires caused, and i got em in red to match my truck!
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"performance" plug wires only make a difference in high revving hp conditions. Then, you would need a coil pack of equal or greater performance for the wires to even make any difference.

They may look good and probably last a little longer and cost twice as much, but will do nothing for gains.
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What wires are better the 8.2mm thundervolt or the 8mm spiro?
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My truck ran better with them on, but then even better with new plugs.
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