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Ok, We've established that our plugs should remain stock, but what about the wires?? Any recommendations or comments????

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I went the old el cheapo way cause I was not gonna spend $80 for a set of wires and I went and bought colored wire loom to match the colors I'm doing my cand wrapped the wires in that and it looks pretty decent...

But as far as performance there isn't really a gain ot the aftermarket plugs.....

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stock wires too. se-r.net and all the people i've talked to show no gains by using anything but stock, unless in excess of 200hp.

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everyone says go with stock...... so i wouldnt waste my money.......

i have Nology Hotwires.... it was my first mod and I got it thinking I would have better combustion with our Platnum tippeds.....

but when I took my wires off and went back to stock.... my ride felt like it lost torque... so I have them on now..... they must help though....... (estimated 5% hp increase w/ built in Combustion Chamber to produce 300 times more spark

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well i need to buy new wires anyways, a rat crawled in and bit up 2 wires. so what brand should i use? magnecores have silicone but i heard it only makes it have a higher temp stability. well basically, which brand should i go with for the most bang for the buck? part # if can, thanks.

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<BLOCKQUOTE><font size="1" face="Verdana, Arial">quote:</font><HR>Originally posted by sr20reNaISSANce:
a rat crawled in and bit up 2 wires.
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LMAO!! Wow, that has to be one of the funniest problems anyone has had lately...


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<BLOCKQUOTE><font size="1" face="Verdana, Arial">quote:</font><HR>Originally posted by samo:
LMAO!! Wow, that has to be one of the funniest problems anyone has had lately...


<HR></BLOCKQUOTE> i know...i opened up the hood for my routine check and was like what the ƒuck??? there was like the rubber coating lying around in little peices right there. man, that was hella ghetto. nuthin electric tape cant fix.



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<BLOCKQUOTE><font size="1" face="Verdana, Arial">quote:</font><HR>Originally posted by sr20reNaISSANce:
well basically, which brand should i go with for the most bang for the buck?
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I'm thinking Magnecore or NGK. I would say Magnecore is the fan favorite, at least for my old GXE. Anyone else have suggestions?



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