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Discussion in 'Vendor Review: QualityWires.com' started by CitySnake, Apr 27, 2009.

  1. CitySnake

    CitySnake Enthusiast

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    There's just no question that AB's got the goods!
    To illustrate the point here's all the detailed (huge) photo's of spark plug wires
    that you will ever want to view in your lifetime.
    All are from my 2008 (Gen 4).
    Note the difference between the Adam's (on top in first photo) and the OE.

    Serious Thanks Adam! :2tu::headbang::2tu:


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  2. CitySnake

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    Adam asks his clients to remove his factory plug numbering immediately before installation for fear of competitor retaliation....but I'm going to let his secret out of the bag.

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    They look very nice. That will be my next purchase. BUT I think you have the #6 and #9 wires on their wrong sides :omg:
     
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    i wouldn't ever buy a plug wire that was NOT from AB
     
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    40 HP from just wires? Has someone actually done a dyno before and after with just these wires? If its anywhere near that gain I will get a set.
     
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    Looks great Scott....
    But i hear the yellow ones are worth 6hp each and 15 seconds on the ring lap:lmao:
     
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    Interesting. I must have been upside down during install. :D
    BIG difference between 69 and 96!
     
  8. CitySnake

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    Maybe Adam can comment. I thought that the size difference in the numbers (the "font" size) meant the larger one would be 9 and the smaller would be 6. Now looking at the photos.....I might have gotten that wrong.

    Regardless, it makes absolutely no mechanical difference since the wires are all identical.
     

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