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Old 07-06-2003, 02:23 PM   #1
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Does anyone have the part # for the Taylor wires in red ,cant find them anywhere on the web.Just replaced the plugs with ac delco replacement plugs.The car has 48kmi.Thanks Karin
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I second that. I've looked at Pure Performance Fever and Domesitc Performance with no luck, and I thought both Ty and Alan said they sold them. I remember on the old bonneville store at angryducktofuracing.com , they had them. But there has been some problems with that.

ANY place where I can get TAYLOR wires now???!!!
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Not sure what your talking about bonneville store? what the web site? thanks Karin
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he'* talking about the bonneville store that hector used to run off angryducktofuracing.com
it seems now there only focus is the Crown Vic.
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Does anyone have the part # for the Taylor wires in red ,cant find them anywhere on the web.Just replaced the plugs with ac delco replacement plugs.The car has 48kmi.Thanks Karin
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I second that. I've looked at Pure Performance Fever and Domesitc Performance with no luck, and I thought both Ty and Alan said they sold them. I remember on the old bonneville store at angryducktofuracing.com , they had them. But there has been some problems with that.

ANY place where I can get TAYLOR wires now???!!!
I do sell them, it'* just that with all the products I know carry, I haven't uploaded all of them yet (Taylor products being one of those not done yet).
What year & engine of Bonneville do what wires for as the length of them are different between the NA & SC engines & also different between some years of Bonnevilles too!
If you are looking for 8.5mm Red Wires, MSD'* are already priced here: http://www.bonnevilleattitude.com/st...roducts_id=217
It says for the Series II, but will work on any Series I as well.

As for a rough estimate.....
Taylor 8.0mm Spiro Wires (Blue) go for $65 Cdn PLUS Special Order Brokerage Fees of $40 Cdn, plus GST (If CDN resident) and *&H to wherever you live.
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I can sell you a universal kit in any color you want for a varying price depending on the color. For yellow its 55.00 plus shipping. If you want the wires precut and measured for you I can have this done for an additional 20.00.

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I was luck... I got mine frome the Bonneville store at ADTR from Hector.... The wires have been nothing but great....
So they really make a difference eh?
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If you have old wires and you need to replace them its worth the higher quality plug wire especially if you are "color" coordinating your engine bay. Regular Taylor wires will cost you $55.50plus shipping and custom at the most will cost you an additional 20.00.

Once again the colors available within this price range is yellow, White, Purple, Black and Hot: Pink,Orange,Lime,and Teal.

Red and Blue are already available and are cheaper due to the numbers made. They cost $55.50 plus shipping.


I personally believe plugs or wires on a stock situation do not make a large difference. They will make for a longer lasting delivering of the spark but my personal belief is the difference is quality and options not an actual gain. I also find when you go with other improvements like NOS and MSD better wires and plugs are definitely a needed item to deliver the maximum benefit.

Any store selling Taylor can provide this option most just donít want to bother.

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How soon do wires need to be replaced? I have almost 50,000 miles on my car now and I know they've never been done. Is there a way to tell if they're going?
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They should be flexible. They are really gone if they have hard zones and donít flex very well. Usually if you test the back wires closest to the firewall you get a better idea of the flexibility. The only "true way to be sure of there performance is to have them tested.

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