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Old 03-25-2017, 01:24 PM   #1
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Spark Plug Wire Replacement

Was reading the articles section on the oemy's website regarding testing the spark plug wires.
The two referred to are the Magnum wires on the Taylor extremes, the site recommended the Taylor plug wires. Looks like to me the magnum wires have lower internal resistance and would be my choice. Has anyone used the Taylor boot protectors on the Magnum wires? This looks like a very good set-up.
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We already carry the "extreme" version of the Magnums with heat sleeves and socks. https://www.ultrarvproducts.com/SPWE...ark-Plug-Wires
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Magnum Wires

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How do the standard Magnum wires compare and differ from the Extreme wires? Are they worth the price differential?
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If you have had repeated wire failures from heat then we recommend the extreme. They can withstand up to 1500* and 1000* continuous.
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I bought the Taylors and burnt a wire in 600 miles. Taylor would not help me out at all because they were out of the 90 day warranty. I now am running the Standard Magnums with the factory metal heat shield only. Someday I might also add the heat socks from the Taylor wires. I only have 400 miles on them so far with no problem. I am not worried, even if I burn a wire they are warranted for life.
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