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Old 14 Jun 2004, 03:02 pm
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Default Rec on Magnacore Wires?

I've reviewed the Magnacore spark plug wire offerings, and found that the 8mm and 8.5mm wires have different conductor designs. The 8.5mm are of the spiral wound conductor design. I believe this design to be superior, but wondered if anyone who is using them has had any radio or other interference problems?
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Old 17 Jun 2004, 09:31 pm
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I just recently installed the 8.5mm Magnecors on my '03 GT and have no radio or other interference problems.

Ref other posting on 8.5mm Magnecors:

JC Moore, \'03 Cranberry GT, a.k.a. \"Zippy\"
Stage1, BTG Strut Bar, Sun Hyperground system, Prototype Power CAI, no silencers, Eibach ProKit, Borla 2.5\" SSTL single w/dual tip, APC 2G Carbon Fiber Taillights, Chrome Fuel door, \'02 foldaway heated mirrors, OEM-style rear spoiler, Progress 22mm rear sway bar, TYC backup lights, Magnecor 8.5mm, stock plugs, MB Design \"Shifter\" 17x7.5 wheels, Goodyear Eagle F1 GS-D3 235/45/ZR17 tires
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