i was tuning my 383ci and adjusting my starter shims and i noticed that the ignition wire terminal on the starter solenoid has the same exact thread as the ac delco spark plug at the top where the plug wire snaps onto it. i threaded the nubb from the spark plug onto my solenoid ignition terminal and crimped a connector from an old plug wire to my ignition wire. i eliminated the annoying eyelet connector and that 5/16" nut and insulated my ignition wire with an old plug wire boot. now my ignition wire snaps on to my starter like a plug wire snaps on to a spark plug. this has eliminated all of my burned up wire, bad connection issues i ever had on my starter. i thought i'd pass this tip along. i like the way the wire is insulated from the exhaust and that it snaps on the solenoid very securely. i can post some pics to clarify my point if anyone is interested?