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Discussion in '1973-1991 K5 Blazer | Truck | Suburban' started by chiefKP, Nov 27, 2000.
What are considered to be good plug wires? Where can a GI in Korea purchase a set?
I really like Taylor wires. I have run them for many years with no problems! You can get them on-line at: http://www.summitracing.com
They are inexpensive and very good quality! I get the Spiro Pros(i think) they are about $40....
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I run the MSD 8.5 wires. They work good but the Taylor wires seemed to work as well and are a lot cheaper. Always had good luck with Summit when I had to mail order.
I run the Jacobs 8.5mm with ceramic 90 degree ends. I'm running the hedman headers with the air log and have had troubles with the routing around cylinder 5. Jacobs has a lifetime replacement policy that I've tested 7-10 times. All related to the same cylinder:-| Anyway, call them day one and a new wire arrives in a couple of days. The wires are run less than 100 ohms resistance, allowing a larger gap at the business end. I'm happy....
MSD wires are the way to go. They cost a little more, but only have about 50 ohms per foot resistance, which means more spark energy to the plug.
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