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Old 06-24-2003, 11:29 AM   #11
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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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I too sell Taylor Wires just in case any Canadian may wish them instead of MSD'* wires.
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lol I prefer the Taylor wires because the MSD tech said they are just as good and come in all da Purdy colors. Each color has a different price based on production numbers.

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Ty, please correct me if I'm wrong, do these wires run to the Ignition Control Module? If so, when you get a new ICM, is it recommended to get new wires?
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Actually just open the hood and throw them in. Be sure to do this quickly so they donít get out. From what I hear from other forum members any wire should be good enough for ya. lol

Seriously the part names are as follows the 3 coil packs round or square units that has the terminals that the wires fit on to. Female connector from the wire sits on top of the male terminal connection on the coil. Each coil has two male terminals. The coils are attached to the ignition module. The ignition module is the flat plate that is plugged into the wiring harness. Really you should replace your wires when they start to get less pliable or if you read the ohms once every 30.000 miles and find them to be out of sink or severe. The basic rule of thumb is bending the wire in a big hoop and look for breaking hardening or any sign that ití* starting to age. I suggest the Taylor boot protectors and plug wirepuller. These tend to add life to the wires. I change mine when my car stops and a paperclip wont bridge the gap. lol
I prefer the flux capacitor myself.

I will not sell you something you donít actually need without telling you so. So if your wires are good and you are not racing the car you donít need to change them. But if you want a new color and your wires are getting old hey why not have some fun while replacing your wires. Go ahead and buy the cheapest deal you can get I am also a fellow customer and I am always on the look out for a good deal.

As of yet there is only one other supplier willing to offer the Taylor wires for a 3.8l 6 in all the colors and that is AL. other than him i know of no other company who is willing to do this. Well other than me of course.

If you donít care about the color and want the best deal call on me then compare my price to Jegs. That is my only competitor when it comes to many prices.

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FROM THE TEST CAR OWNER : TAYLOR SPIRO PRO INSTALLATION DONE ....

The Yellow Taylors are on...They worked out just fine....I am still using the stock wire guides and clamps for now...Intend to go to something a little more flashy..

As for the wires...they look and perform GREAT...I recommend to all...GO to DP for the Taylors...Great response and delivery time on the wires...

TO TY:....Actually they could have been 2-3 inches shorter on all wires....But with the stock guides I figured this would happen...Fot those NOT using the stock wire rail guides..You will have a perfect fit...SHOWING off those custom colors..

I am going to wash my engine bay down this weekend...I will update my profile PIC..

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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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The Taylor set fits the Series 1 and Series 2 just fine. Love my Taylors. Ty is right about the colors, and the reviews I've read back up what MSD said. Taylors and MSD are equally as good. By a set for the GP, either Series 1 or 2, or from Ty or the Rat, and you'll be fine.
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