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Old 01-16-2004, 05:28 PM   #1
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Once again I was looking through my JEGS catalog and found more stuff that I want. Which plugs should I get? Also which should I get 8 mm or 8.5 mm plug wires? I'm just looking aroung right now, but I plan on getting all of this in the future.
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dude go with the msd superconductor 8.5 mm wires.. they go good with the coils.

as for the plugs if your supercharged and have mods go with the autolite 103'*
supercharged with not so many mods autolite 104'*
or another great plug is the irridium plugs ngk tr55ix is the part number, if you have connections theyre about 6 to 7 bucks a plug
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I'm not supercharged so what do I need to get for the plugs?
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ngk irridium TR55ix
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Either the MSD 8.5'* or the Taylor 8'*. The Taylors come in any color you'd want, including read.

Taylor and MSD wires are widely regarded to be equal in performance. The 8'* may be a little easier to fit into the front retainer, but the 8.5'* will squeeze, too.
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What is the specific item number for the MSD 8.5'*. And where can i get the Talor 8'*
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Taylor $49.99 @ www.grandprixstore.com (www.pfyc.com) they fit our engines fine.
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