Spark plug wires

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I need to replace a set of 8mm red spark plug wires with a pre made set of standard black electronic spark plug wires for a 361 RB. What’s a good choice at a reasonable price. I am going back to the stock factory engine colors and red and turquoise just don’t go well together.
 

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Look up Fire Core. Looks factory but much better modern materials.
I bought a set for my RB a few years back and really liked 'um.
 

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Thanks for the info!
 

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Check out Summit Racing for Taylor Street Thunder wires. Very reasonably priced ($33.00-$59.00) and I've had as good luck with these as I've had with much more expensive Moroso, MSD, Accel, etc. You can buy premade or universal that you terminate yourself, and, in my opinion, give a much neater appearance.
 

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I've been looking at the Taylor wires as they are the only pre made that have a mix of boot angles. There are 90, 60, and straight as if they actually test fit the wires in the real life application.
I've currently have Firecore and not totally satisfied. I returned a MSD set to Summit recently as the boot/terminal fitment was not tight on three of the wires.
I like a good tight boot and terminal fitment. Let me know how the Taylor wires work for you.
 

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I've been looking at the Taylor wires as they are the only pre made that have a mix of boot angles. There are 90, 60, and straight as if they actually test fit the wires in the real life application.
I've currently have Firecore and not totally satisfied. I returned a MSD set to Summit recently as the boot/terminal fitment was not tight on three of the wires.
I like a good tight boot and terminal fitment. Let me know how the Taylor wires work for you.
I actually run Taylor Spiro-Pro on the Super Bee and I really like the fit.
 

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On my current ride. These do the job. Just turn the branding under if you want a stock look. Acetone would probably clean off the names as well.
 

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I have red Taylor Spiral core on the engine now and while I don't hate them I want to run a black stock looking wire and boot combination. Once I find what I want the Taylor wires will be up for sale.......

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PM me when available for my 63 Fury 400. PS My granddaughter's name is...Maybelle!
 
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