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Old 03-01-2007, 07:46 PM   #1
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Do you guys think these wires are any good? http://cgi.ebay.com/ebaymotors/SPARK...2030QQtcZphoto

they looked kind of "knock offish" so I thought id ask. Also check back if you dont mind im looking for plugs also. please give me the part# to some one step colder spark plugs then stock. Any brand but bosch. Thanks
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Looks OEM to me You could always go for the Belden Premiums from Napa and get a lifetime warranty.
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they look stock but I would go for a set of wires I can actually look at and measure to see if they fit. accell makes great wires and you decide how long to make em.
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Stick with AC Delco or what most members here run with no problems for the best insurance.

Many of the top 25 Bonnevilles here run Belden'*. Taylor'* are garbage, MSD isn't worth the money for 99% of the cars here.

I'm not aware of anyone running Accels here other than Mr. Tunnel (Lee), so I can't say one way or another on that one. I know Accel makes absolutely the worst 3800 coils on the market though.
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The seller says they are OEM Delco. With over 9000 sales and 99% positive feedback, I would believe him.
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