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04-07-2007 09:20 PM
Focusnewb
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Originally Posted by FellowsDrake View Post
Have you checked out that plug wire loom thread that stickied?
Yeah, about a year ago.......

I went with aluminum looms made for the wires. Pricey, but they work well.

04-07-2007 03:15 AM
FellowsDrake
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Originally Posted by Focusnewb View Post
Hi Ray,

Will those plastic looms hold up to the heat coming off the engine ? The wires are awfully close to the header.

How much do you want for the billet looms ? For some reason I am obsessed with red but if they are going to melt, I would rather have the billet.

Thanks for the info ! I bought my coil from you so it's kinda cool that I got your unsolicited help.



Bob
Have you checked out that plug wire loom thread that stickied?
03-18-2007 08:53 PM
Focusnewb IIRC (this thread is old...) the coil is numbered but failing that, it is the same firing order as the stock coil. Bolt up the SD coil and put the wires in the same place (orientation wise they came from). If the wire came from the front of the original coil, it goes to the front of the new coil etc.

If that doesn't help, I'll go take some pictures of mine when it gets light.
03-18-2007 08:52 PM
Focusnewb deleted, duplicate post (how the hell do you delete anyway ?)
03-17-2007 02:07 AM
mtrhead79 i just got a 00 spi wagon i was degreasing the mtr saw one of the wires arching threw the boot into the head. i always check the wires on all my cars when i clean mtr the water always shows if there is a arch. i might step up to these wires. i have there dist. & dyna bat battery on my camaro.
03-01-2007 02:31 PM
sloanspeed why dont you just go to your local autoparts store and buy a sparkplug gapper?? dont use pliers, thats insane, ull be in a big mess if you do that, there is no way that you can accurately gap ur spark plugs using pliers...I would NEVER do that....but just my 2 cents
02-15-2007 12:23 PM
ReW does anyone know the SPI SD coil Firing order this is what i have found but im not 100% like an opinion from you guys that have installed it a few times


nvm ...
11-07-2005 11:01 AM
Focusnewb Hi Ray,

Will those plastic looms hold up to the heat coming off the engine ? The wires are awfully close to the header.

How much do you want for the billet looms ? For some reason I am obsessed with red but if they are going to melt, I would rather have the billet.

Thanks for the info ! I bought my coil from you so it's kinda cool that I got your unsolicited help.



Bob
11-07-2005 10:35 AM
myFordPerformance.com
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Originally posted by Focusnewb
Does anyone have any recommendations for new wire looms for these fat wires ? Mine are just hanging right now and I want to find some red looms to straighten them up.
You can use the billet seperators that Performance Distributors sells.



I have a set here that a Mustang customer bailed on from a Firepower kit, I'll sell you at a discount. Retail is $59.

Otherwise, you can also get the Taylor seperators and bore them out a to make them fit. They are plastic and available in red. You may be able to find them at a local car parts store.

10-28-2005 10:55 AM
Focusnewb Does anyone have any recommendations for new wire looms for these fat wires ? Mine are just hanging right now and I want to find some red looms to straighten them up.
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