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Old 18 Jul 2003, 12:05 pm
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Ok I just got this from the Mopar Parts Dept. performance wires for the GT, the part # is P-4876511[?] the wires say Mopar on the wires
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Old 18 Jul 2003, 12:39 pm
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What makes them Performance Wires? Copper wound core? Super low resistance? High temp? Mopar Performance sticker?
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BTW - Don't waste a cent on wires if you only goal is to 'increase performance' Looks, yes......but they won't do squat for
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Old 18 Jul 2003, 04:52 pm
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THE MOPAR STICKER OF COURSE, THE CHROME BELT LINE KIT DOESNT DO MUCH FOR THE HP EITHER
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BTW - Don't waste a cent on wires if you only goal is to 'increase performance' Looks, yes......but they won't do squat for
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Performance wires indicate less resistance, measured in ohms/foot, which is accomplished by using larger dia. wire. In our case, the wires are <1'(~6"-9") which probably don't require a performance quality wire. In the "old days" where wires were up to 2.5' long and only 1 coil was used, resistance could theoretically decrease the spark to the plug. With todays coil-per-plug design, I'm not sure the performance wires accomplish as much as they "supposedly" did years ago.
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