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Old 05-18-2017, 08:33 AM
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Hello
Somebody knows the brand: taylor, granateli, magnecor, and moroso? good or not? thanks
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Stick with factory AC/Delco. Proven to work.
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ac delco ftw! although taylor does make some nice wiring.
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I have msd on mine with no issues
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wanting to do a nice tune up on my 02,she had 105k when i got her, now she at 130 and im thinking it needs it...been looking at wires but there is so many different kinds, makes me wonder......ac delco has like 10 different sets to choose from,,thanks
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If you use the stock ACDelco plug wires you can't go wrong.

But plugs and wires are a matter of opinion.

I use ACDelco wires with Autolite Platinum plugs. Also ACDelco cap & rotor.

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Skip white distributor, msd 8mm wires, accel super coil. No issues over a year now
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I found good reviews on now discontinued Autolite plug wires that I was able to get off of eBay for a very good price. Stuck with the AC-Delco for the cap, rotor, and plugs.
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