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Old 06-15-2006, 12:29 PM   #31
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Sweet!
Were you able to re-install the stock covers?
(plug/wire cover and coil cover)
Just checking to see if the new wires will fit under them.
I'd think so...

Um...ludicrous speeds on public roads have been edited from your post though.
Sorry about that, but we all gotta follow the rules.
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Old 06-15-2006, 12:34 PM   #32
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^Yep - everything fit back together like stock!
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Old 06-15-2006, 12:45 PM   #33
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^^^Cool!
I like to keep it stock looking.

BTW, what plugs are you running now?
I'll bet the Taylor wires are a great match for the AZFS22C Motorcrafts.
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Old 06-15-2006, 01:50 PM   #34
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Yep - running the AZFS22CF4's. These also made a difference with my idle and slightly smoother engine revving. Good combo.
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Hey guys i am running into the same issue right now. I need to change the plugs so i have gone to a NKG g power, and i have been looking at changing wires. I like the sounds of the 8.2 thunder bolts. What is the part number on those? Is it Thunderbolt 8.2 mm 82x09? Is this product better than the live wire product from screamin deamon?
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Yep - the part number for the 8.2mm Thundervolts is 82x09 where x=: 0= Black, 2= Red, 6= Blue.
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thanks man I just ordered mine. I am getting bent over in canada. Our dollar is almost the same as yours but i am paying 70 beans for these wires. Oh well, the beauty of exchange rate.
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Old 10-26-2006, 03:58 PM   #38
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so with my mods and the taylor 8.2mm wires and the azfs22cf4's what gap should i be looking @ going to?
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I like my spiro's, I grounded the car as well, you get no power gains but you can tell it is smoother, it help work over a few ticks. I want to go with the thundervolts whenever I cange out my wires, but that will be awhile. I doubt with the way these wires flow that 2 tenths of a mm is making that big if difference with the work load I put it through
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kona you will like these more than the screaming demons, they do the same job for less money, with regular plugs.
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