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    Taylor Spiro Pro Plug Wires

    The photos should be self explanatory. While I don't remember how old they are, my car has seen maybe 200 miles since late 1999, so they are like new.
    These were on the car last summer for Dyno Day with Dalke and the car made 250/350 with Bosch Platinum plugs that everyone loves so much , so I don't think they have any issues.

    $30 plus shipping

    SOLD!!
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    Last edited by deepbluesc; 08-08-2007 at 04:56 PM. Reason: SOLD!

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    Anybody!!

    Half a dozen people are fighting over the other set of these and nobody even wants to offer to buy mine?!?!?!

    So what exactly is the difference?

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    i'll ask u the same question i asked the other guy

    what are these wires' advantages over the stock motorcraft ??

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    Quote Originally Posted by thunderkid84 View Post
    i'll ask u the same question i asked the other guy

    what are these wires' advantages over the stock motorcraft ??

    They're blue! Duh!

    Some people's kids these days.

    Nick

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    Here's what I know:

    Taylor Spiro-Pro wires provide maximum firepower without radio interference, provide up to 10 times less resistance than standard resistor core wire. They have a 100 percent silicone inner and outer jacket that provides heat protection up to 600 degrees F, low-profile silicone boots with grips, and double spring locking spark plug terminals for a secure connection.

    Oh, yea: They're blue.

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    Need a good home...

    Anyone?!?! Make an offer.

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    How about $30.00 shipped to 28269......

    If so, I'll take them.....

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    Hey Big-e...

    How about $25 and that dipstick tube with bracket you never get back to me on??

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    howie ill take them for 30 shipped

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    Quote Originally Posted by deepbluesc View Post
    How about $25 and that dipstick tube with bracket you never get back to me on??
    Sorry about that....

    How about $15.00 and the dip stick tube......

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    Still for sale?

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