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Old 09-16-2007, 04:41 PM   #11
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well i went to get new spark plugs today. They didnt't have any NGK ones so i just got the autolite platinum plus and they made a big differnce.
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well i went to get new spark plugs today. They didnt't have any NGK ones so i just got the autolite platinum plus and they made a big differnce.
thats cool, i love it when they run better after plugs
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well i went to get new spark plugs today. They didnt't have any NGK ones so i just got the autolite platinum plus and they made a big differnce.
Also a good Plug... Glad to hear its running better

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About how much do you think new wires would cost? Also what kind should I buy?
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About how much do you think new wires would cost? Also what kind should I buy?
for just a standard set of wires you can spend around $30-$50.

if you want something with larger diameter, like msd or morosso, prob around $100.

IMOP, the fact that you dont have any eng mods on ur sig list, and that you are n/a, i would recomend the ac delco wires. if you want to spend the extra money for the other wires, there are benefits, but youd be fine with oe replacements.
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Larger diameter wires won't really do much of anything for you, from what I've read elsewhere on here.

The AC Delco, Autolite Pro, or Napa Belden wires in the $30-50 range are all well respected around here, and any of them will do just fine.

If looks matter, the Delcos will be stock looking, while the Beldens are blue and shiny. Not sure about the Autolites.
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