Here is how the wires, coils, and plugs are connected:
Make sure they are connected as shown. Ignition wires are fragile. When you remove the wire boot from the plug or the coil, twist, then pull on the boot; be careful not to pull on the wire. That can cause the conductor that carries the current inside the wire to break without you being able to see it. That is one reason why you need to use a little silicone dielectric grease on the inside of the boots - to make removal of the boot a little easier. This happens a lot on the back wires where it is more difficult to get your hand on the boots. It sometimes helps to lie down on the engine so you can reach those back boots more easily. A broken internal conductor will cause a miss, sometimes intermittent. The routing of the rear wires is also pretty important. Keep the wires away from the oxygen sensor wiring and don't let the #6 wire rub against the bracket with the fuel lines. This can also cause a miss.
So, even though your wires are new, you may have broken one taking it on and off, and sometimes it is possible to get a bad wire right out of the box. That'* why willwren is asking you to test the resistance of each wire. To test whether you have a broken internal conductor, connect an ohm-meter to each end of the wire, then pull on the wire and wiggle the ends around and make sure you do not lose continuity.
I used to re-use ignition wires routinely, but in recent years, I have become more careful about re-installing wires. Some newer, radio suppressing ignition wires use carbon fiber conductors that are surprisingly brittle and easy to break internally. When exposed to heat over time, the wire components can deteriorate and are even more likely to break. The breakage usually occurs when the wire is being removed. That is one reason that it is a good idea to change wires when you change plugs. If you get the wire routing right the first time, and have never removed a new wire, you can be pretty confident that the conductors are OK. But, if you have had problems and had to remove and re-install them several times, the likelihood of breakage is increased.