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    Plug wire resistance

    Wondering if anyone knows what kind of resistance I should be getting on my plug wires. 8mm wires. Not sure if they are stock or aftermarket so a range would probably be best.
    Thanks,
    Phil

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    resistance

    Quote Originally Posted by Phillio99
    Wondering if anyone knows what kind of resistance I should be getting on my plug wires. 8mm wires. Not sure if they are stock or aftermarket so a range would probably be best.
    Thanks,
    Phil
    well in a basic wire you would want sumthing close to 0 ohms, i don't know if a car plug wire should be any different, they both carry current and voltage, someone else want to give thier .02cents..?

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    Off the top of my head, about 4 K ohms per foot. I haven't checked in a while but that should be close.

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    ARV90SC, you live in a world as perfect as that babe in your signature. 0 ohms would be ideal but the manual states a maximum of 7K ohms per foot.

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