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post #1 of 4 (permalink) Old 09-25-2016, 12:29 PM Thread Starter
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TWISTED 12mm HIGH PERFORMANCE SPARK PLUG WIRES

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TWISTED 12mm HIGH PERFORMANCE SPARK PLUG WIRES


High Performance "Fat" wire-wound suppression core producing 40 ohms of resistance per foot.
Best wires on the market you can buy!
Over 100 times more efficient than factory OEM wires to promote faster and more complete fuel burn in the cylinder head!
Resists temps up to 600F
Kevlar core center with nickel copper alloy conductor wire.
Competition sleeving, covers the entire length of the wire, boot to boot, is silicone over fiberglass braid, provides 8000v of additional insulation to the wire and eliminates spark plug misfire and spark jump.
Dyno tested, resulting in 3-8 hp increase over factory OEM wires!
Highest quality silicone spark plug, boots and coil boots.
Posi-snap lock stainless steel spring clip terminals.
Suppresses radio frequency interference that electronic ignition systems demand.
Double insulated at spark plug and coil ends.
Wire sets come complete and ready for installation.
Available in black, blue, green, orange, purple, red, silver, white and yellow.
MADE IN THE USA!


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plug wires

I use to. The guy that put my 120R in swore by them. I went back to the regular screamin eagle wires just cause I like the look better. Don't really notice a difference. One thing that has started happening since I switch over is a back fire every once in awhile but nothing major. I still have the cables laying around somewhere if your interested.

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Rolling down the list of Claims

no won't repeat by Quote's em' , don't wanta bloat up the Internet.

Each claim, each descriptive abtritude exceeds performance, if not surely cause a bewildering awareness of other factors not mentioned

Eliminates "stray currents" and many more left to YOUR imagination

Though no mention if they will work on 'Japanese plugs'
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I think it has to do with the resitance and ohms


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