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Old 06-23-2003, 06:42 PM   #1
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Anyone know the part number? Or are they just a universal set?
Would the GTP wires work (all i could find on jegs.com)?

Other option is Taylor wires. Part number? Universal??

Where can I buy either of these?
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I use the GTP set from www.southfloridapulleyhq.com

They work great, better idle and some mpg. I noticed a definate increase in radio interference, though. I tried filters for alternator whine, with no luck. Anyone have other ideas to fix it?
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does it matter that i'm not SC??
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That may just mean that the rear wires will be a little long...
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Personally I prefer Taylor wires.

I have them custom done so I can get all the colors. I am testing out a set to be sure they were done right and then I will put them in the store. I can get series 2 with no problem it was just the series 1 I wanted to be sure on. I personally have an orange set and the ones I am having test fit are yellow. Yes the custom ones cost more.

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I sell the MSD Super Conductor 8.5mm Wires for the 3800 Series II
http://www.bonnevilleattitude.com/st...roducts_id=217
**Remember the price is in Cdn! For USD click on the RH side bar where it reads "Currency"!**
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sorry i'm not series 2 :(
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Like jwikoff99 said... www.southfloridapulleyhq.com

I got them in my 94 SSE, and they are custom fit AND tested. They send you a card filled out by an inspector who writes down the ohm values for each wire. You can't go wrong.
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Unless there is something wrong with your wires, new wires are going to make virtually no difference, even the wire companies will tell you that. Get whatever wires you want but Series II L67 wires will work with the L27 and L36, the rears will just be a little longer.
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Any shop can get you an ohm chart it takes a few minutes.
My Orange wires cost me more due to the actual cost of Orange Taylor wire. I can get you any of Taylor wire colors. White, Hot Orange, Yellow, Hot Pink, Black, Hot lime, blue, Hot teal, Purple, and Red, I am sure I will be copied but for now Iím it when it comes to custom colors. Oh my wires also fit. lol

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