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Old 02-27-2003, 02:11 AM   #1
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While I was getting the Royal Ream at Action Auto, I sprung for the Taylor Spiro-Pro wireset since I recently put in the NGK V-Power plugs.
The part # I bought/ordered is TAY74640, said to be a 'custom fit' set, which I was told would correctly replace the standard set without having to cut&crimp them.
I chose BLUE.

Anybody know if this part# and direct replacement is correct?
Anybody actually use or recommend this set of plug wires?
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I have the red ones in my car. Got 'em from ADTR. Ty, are you selling plug wires?

My car runs, and the wires look better than stock, but what I've heard about the Taylor'* is all good.
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Does it increase performance?
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Don'tcha hate it when your favorite parts store gets lame?
Their 'where?house' didn't have the TAYLOR wires in stock...so, what'd I do?
I said, "They're paid for, special order 'em!"

I might have to wait a few more days, but, damnit, I'm gettin' what I want.
NGK makes a blue wireset, too, but I don't know how good they are compared to the TAYLOR. Prolly not as good.
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Go Taylor.
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Will?? red you did say red ......hmmmmmm red = performance see Allmach and i knew RED= PERFORMANCE...good to see the rest of our club are learning this too............ i use Jacob`* u
ltra ceramic wires i love em` work so well
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