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Old 09-07-2012, 11:46 AM
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HI ALLI would like to have some ideas for spark plug wires and routing on my 400. I am using the Duraspark 2 and have the tall Ford racing valve covers. What are you guys and gals using? The truck IS a street Queen driven in NICE weather, taken to truck shows, put away for the winter BUT will also be raced at a drag strip occasionaly. I have ALL the goodies inside and out. Any suggestions? Also what do you think of the E3 plugs? Are they worth the extra or no? I am using the stock heads. Popa John
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Here's some ideas John
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I've used these before
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Thanks Charlie. I have some thinking to do before I commit to anything. John
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Take your time. As long as the wires are seperated, and not on the exhaust, you'll be good to go.
I use the MSD wires btw, and am very happy with them
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