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Ford Racing plug wires.

April 11 2013 at 10:21 AM
Mark Millsap  (Login markjmillsap)
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Can anyone tell me if Ford Racing makes a plug wire for the Cleveland. All I have been able to find is the 45d boot for the Windsor. I beleive the Cleveland requires a straight boot. What would be a good wire if these aren't available? Thanks in advance. Build is almost done!!!

 
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No FRPP straight boot set

April 11 2013, 11:09 AM 


 
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Mark Millsap
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Re: No FRPP straight boot set

April 11 2013, 1:25 PM 

I looked them up on Summit and couldn't find them. No wonder! I would like a blue or red set. The car is red , the motor blue. Does anyody know about the red Mallory wires on Summit? I have a Mallory dizzy.

 
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I like taylor wires

April 11 2013, 2:11 PM 

they have pure silicone sheaths that stay pliable forever , can always be cleaned to look like new , they snick on and off with just the right amount of tension , etc . make as much hp as any of em .

Henry Ford said to Barney Oldfield: You made me and I made you. Oldfield shook his head and replied Old 999 made both of us.


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Re: I like taylor wires

April 11 2013, 5:54 PM 

I have their wires and with good ignition, they don't last long, use Moroso 8 mm and make your own. They last and have min resistance

 
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I've been running an hi6 since crane came out with em

April 11 2013, 8:08 PM 

the wires are still fine

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joel
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Re: I like taylor wires

April 15 2013, 7:49 PM 

ive used taylor wires and never had a problem.

 
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Zac
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Don't use Ford Racing wires

April 13 2013, 6:45 PM 

I don't usually post much but don't use the Ford Racing wires even if they make a straight boot. I ran a set on my 393 but switched to msd wires(got a good deal from a friend), the resistance values of the two were astonishing. The shortest ford wire was around 1200 ohms the longest MSD wire was around 300 ohms. I would use a good quality wire like what joe, Dragboss, and Falcon67 suggest.
Just my 2cents from a young cleveland pup.

 
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Mark Millsap
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Re: Don't use Ford Racing wires

April 13 2013, 6:52 PM 

Thanks for the replies, I went with the Taylor's.

 
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April 15 2013, 9:22 PM 

What you saw won't have any negative effect. The fact that you saw 1200 ohms means it is for reducing interference. 300 ohm wires will have more EMI but for racing that is OK -- not for regular passenger cars with radios happy.gif

 
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