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Old 05-29-2005, 10:54 AM   #11
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ok, so im going to order a set of wires, and i m wondering if the 8.5mm will fit in my stock looms or should i order some wire holders too.. Im assuming they will not fit.
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I had no problem installing them in the stock holders. Just remove the stock metal heat sheilds,you don't need them anyway. I am running Denso iridium plugs 1 heat range colder and the car runs great.
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