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Old 14 Mar 2005, 11:36 pm
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I'm going to change the plugs put in some double plat and some better wires, as was recommended on this forum, for better performance. I looked up the site on how to, now that I'm ready. When I went to buy some 2 places didn't have'em. I didn't really want to buy them from the dealer. So thought I'd ask you guys for a good web site to buy some[8D] All help is appericated.
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Old 14 Mar 2005, 11:48 pm
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You can get wires from Maggie at Race & Street, double plat. plugs from NAPA, about $6.25 each. You may have to wait a day or 2 if the NAPA shop doesn't stock them.I got a set of blue MOPAR Performance wires from the dealer with my "Dealer Dollars" from my Chrysler credit card so they were like "free". They listed for $45.
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Try here: http://www.modernperformance.com/dcx/magnecor_srt.shtml
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You can wires from Maggie at Race & Street, double plat. plugs from NAPA, about $6.25 each. You may have to wait a dat or 2 if the NAPA shop doesn't stock them.I got a set of blue MOPAR Performance wires from the dealer with my "Dealer Dollars" from my Chrysler credit card so they were like "free". They listed for $45.
AND NAPA gives a 7% discount if you're an AAA member and show your card.[?]
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Didn't know that Don! Thanks
Hey, how much of a discount for AARP???[:I]
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quote:AND NAPA gives a 7% discount if you're an AAA member and show your card.
Didn't know that Don! Thanks
Hey, how much of a discount for AARP???[:I]
I didn't know, either - my wife told me, but it's true.
Dunno about AARP.....
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How do the Mopar Performance Wires stack up against the other wires talked about on this forum??
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I went to Revel Enterprises to get my Magnacore Wires and ordered my champion double platinum plugs from Advanced Auto Parts. took a whole 24 hrs to get my plugs in. Paid about $20 for all 4. paid $74 with shipping for the wires. Took about 3-5 days to get to my house here in NC. just remember to gap the plugs to .050 if it is a non-turbo. Is it true that you DON'T want to use double plats in a turbo?
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I went to Revel Enterprises to get my Magnacore Wires and ordered my champion double platinum plugs from Advanced Auto Parts. took a whole 24 hrs to get my plugs in. Paid about $20 for all 4. paid $74 with shipping for the wires. Took about 3-5 days to get to my house here in NC. just remember to gap the plugs to .050 if it is a non-turbo. Is it true that you DON'T want to use double plats in a turbo?
Yes, very true. They are not heat rated for the hotter burning turbos. They basically run too hot. For the turbos stick with copper or the better Iridium plugs. [8)]
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How do the Mopar Performance Wires stack up against the other wires talked about on this forum??
Don't know about Mopars but the relevent rating would be Ohms of resistance. Stock are somewhere in the 2000-3000 ohms per foot range. It is hard to beat the Cranes at 25 ohms per foot. I am sure the Magnacores are very low too. I would go with the proven entity.
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