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Old 02-14-2007, 06:54 PM
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Jacobs plug wire's question

Hey guys not sure if this should be here or in the engine forum but I have just heard about Jacob's plug wires and the guy that told me about them said they are the best on the market. Anyone care to comment on this? Anyone use them? I have a buddy that wants to put them on a stock 1994 Corvette, is he wasting his money?


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Old 02-14-2007, 07:25 PM
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Doc here,

Here is a Site about that you can read and judge for yourself..

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Then Look at the Stats For the Jacobs Wire Vs Any other type wires, you then can deduce what is the better value.

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Best on the market is a pretty tall statement. I prefer Taylor wires myself.

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Originally Posted by 302/Z28
Best on the market is a pretty tall statement. I prefer Taylor wires myself.

I have to agree with Vince - I have never had a set of Taylor Spiro-Cores break down. Accels Moroso

Generally I buy their universal set and make up a neat plug wire arrangement as the so-called OEM lengths are usually sloppy looking - mostly too long. See the attached - I wanted to break up the black with some red - the others were fine.

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