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Old 05-21-2005, 01:07 PM
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Ok so I was going to get some Taylor Wires but I heard they are junk. I would like to get some MSD wires but I need the part number. Does anyone have an idea what it is???

Also what is the part number for the NGK plugs I need for a 2002 SSEI. I have searched the forum past posts and I can't get an exact number.
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I use NGK V-Power TR55'*. One heat range colder than stock, gap to .055".

Belden Premium wires are cheaper and just as good as MSD'*. Buy the set for either brand for the 3800 V6. They're all the same from the Grand Prix, Lesabre, Park Avenue, 88, V6 vans, and Bonneville.
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I just had the local Napa order a set of the Belden wires, they were out. I also had them get me a set of AC Delco Iridium plugs as everyone in town wanted $10-$12 a piece for the NGK plugs. Thanks for the info.
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nobody talks about bosch platinum 4'*....are they bad? i used them in my bonnie...
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Save your money, the Delco plugs for the suoercharged Bonny are NGK. They are the Iridiums. I have had no luck with the Bosch and will not run them in any of my cars. BTW If I remember correctly you are not suppose to run platnums in a forced induction car.
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I didn't know that AC Delco'* are just like the NGK. That is nice to know. Also I have seen many people say that platnium is not good for supercharged or turbocharged applications. Stick with iridium.
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Yeah 41-101 is the plug, look at the box and it will say Iridium, then look at the base of the plug it says NGK. I think NGK is the only one with Iridium plugs. Just a FYI
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Denso makes Iridiums, also.
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Go to Jegs.com and order the Msd wires for the GTP Grand Prix.They fit perfectly.
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Originally Posted by Mr Bean
nobody talks about bosch platinum 4'*....are they bad? i used them in my bonnie...
they are not bad, just useless...
the spark is only going to fire to one electrode... it can and will not fire to all four or even two at a time... IMO they just make it more unstable...
ALSO, you can not gap them for specific applications such as if you were running nitrous or high boost... your stuck with stock gapping.
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