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    NGK plug wires

    I'm gonna order 'em up, unless someone has a better recommendation.

    I figure they'll go with my plugs.
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    They aren't bad wires, but if you want blue wires I'd go with Accel instead. They are a bit better. MSD wires (if you don't mind red) are one of the best wires for these cars.

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    Don't mind red (especially on my quintessential 1G red RT TT), and MSD has been good to me all my life - better than Accel, actually.

    Thanks, Hans.

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    Seen these on xmas sale on 3SX

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    I believe those are the generic put-together ones using MSD wire but the boots look to be inferior to OEM-style on the plug-end.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hans@GZP View Post
    MSD wires (if you don't mind red) are one of the best wires for these cars.
    Done deal.

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    Did you run without the OEM style plug end?

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    We got him the MSD's with the factory style plug ends. The 3SX ones (from my experience) tend to pull off the plug. Plus it's harder to tame those wires as they come straight out the top of the spark plug hole.

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    Can I haz??

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    Hans, got your pm, will check out/go through GZP website. I actually did earlier, but as you said, everything isn't up...yet. Thanks.

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