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Old 09-15-2003, 10:09 AM   #1
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8mm Red Spiro Pro Plug Wires 135 Deg Taylor
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The wires are correct however you may want to check length of them. Obviously different mills have different dimensions so make sure these are cut for your 3800.

Ty at Domestic Performance can set you up with custom fit wires in dif colors as well...

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???? Mine aren't 135, and are the 3800 set. Those wires will work, as they're the kit, but the set made for the GP is what I have on my car. Straight boots.
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Duh, I overlooked that detail...yea my boots are 90 degree at the coil and straight on at the plugs.

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Yup.

I don't see how that would cause a problem....might even make for a cleaner install. At least with the Series I factory headers anyway. I'm not sure how they'd clear the manifolds on a Series II.
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You guys mean that this is the ones you have.
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No, straight boots for the plugs, 90 for the coils......unless those black ends are for the coils?

My Taylor'* have red plug boots on the red wires, straight, and molded.
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My boots to the plugs are molded as one piece(the color of the wire). They are part of the wire not additions. The boots to the coils are 90 degree black add-ons like the ones in your picture.

http://www.domesticperformance.com/p...433e20224eed34

Looks like the blue wire in this picture...



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Mine are like that too. I've seen one member (BonneMeMN I think) who reused the stock heat shields for the plug boots on his Taylors. His are straight at the plug but not molded like mine. The heat shields obviously wouldn't have fit on mine. I was curious how his were different.
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Mine are black boots on both ends, i got mine from www.grandprixstore.com and they were only $50. Yeah they were black with 4 little black lines that stuck up running down the length on the plug end. On the coil side they are smooth and black. I Didn't take pix of the plugs before i covered them up i think, but i do like having those heat shields there...
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