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10-31-2001 09:51 PM
R2SPEEDRACER Dude i just bought a chev truck with a 454 in it headers already installed cant remember seeing any problems with wires since it runs great but I will look tomorrow to see what kind of set up is there and let you know how this one works
10-30-2001 05:39 AM
454BB and header/plug wire clearance problems

Have a GM 454 with Hooker super comp headers. I can't seem to get any plug wires to last over 2-3 months without them burning off or cracking plug boot and causing engine missing. I've tried fiberglass and ceramic boot covers, ceramic boots, etc. I don't see how 90 degree boots will fit, so been using either 135's or multi-angle. Anyone else run into this? Ideas and/or Solutions?

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