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View Poll Results: Which color wires and seperators
Black wires w/ red seperator (like picture) 4 23.53%
Black wires w/ grey sep. 0 0%
Red wires w/ red sep. 2 11.76%
Red wires w/ gray sep 1 5.88%
Black on black 4 23.53%
Other 0 0%
NONE! Those wires are WAY TO THICK 6 35.29%
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Old 10-28-2003, 04:36 PM   #21
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Stay with Stockers
i have yet to see any reason to upgrade. GM Wires have come a long way.
Have seen alot of debates about this and as far as i was aware alot of the "Big Doggs" still use Stock Wires.
Just my .02

Regardless i find no need for thta big of a wire. just another .02

shoot this post is getting expensive :P
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The taylor 8mm wires impressed me more than the MSD'* because they fit in the stock looms, the stock heat shields fit on them, and they stay on the coils better. Yeah, the MSD'* are bigger, and look a little tougher, and probably are a little more durable, but the 8mm Taylors just seemed to be a little better designed for the more stock like L67.
Good enough for me. Who'* got the best deal on some Taylor 8mm wires?
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Mine are 8mm...I'll have to check and see what kind so I can put it in my sig...
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my delcos are 8 mm
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my delcos are 8 mm
That'* exactly what I'm thinking they are...
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Old 10-29-2003, 02:11 PM   #27
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i think my wires have 65k on them, so i'll probably get taylors soon
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Old 10-29-2003, 02:13 PM   #28
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Hmmm...I'm looking at replacing my MSD'* because I kinda ruined them in multiple ways, but I did force the 8.5 into the wire holder on the front of the engine.

Taylors look like a better replacement because they will fit in the stock holder correct?
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Mine were replaced within the last 10k miles, but I'm sure with Delco. I didn't replace them, the previous owner did.
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sounds right mach...but get red to match the coils
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