These 9mm wires feature a spiral-wound suppression core for low resistance and minimum spark loss. They have tough silicone insulation to withstand high temperatures and voltage loss for minimum crossfire, and are highly resistant to fuels, oils, and solvents. Other features include 45 degree plug boots (most applications), stainless steel distributor cap terminals, and a coil wire (if applicable). The wires are numbered for each cylinder and have the "Ford Racing" script on them.
Spark Plug Wire SetFord Racing 9mm wire-wound high performance ignition wire sets feature a low resistance core combined with an incredibly effective shielding for minimum spark loss and long lasting performance. Silicone insulation and boots withstand high temperatures and voltage loss for minimum cross-fire and are highly resistant to fuels, oils and solvents. Long-life, tough stainless steel terminals for "post" type distributor caps. Includes coil wire for socket-type coil and "Ford Racing" identification. Cylinder number appears on each wire.
Universal 9mm Ignition Wire Sets
Feature the same benefits of the Custom spark plug wires but can be cut to the length you need and crimp the ends in place. Includes terminals for post and socket type coils, plus easy to follow instructions.
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WARNING: The wires of these products contain chemicals known to the State of California to cause cancer and birth defects or other reproductive harm. Wash hands after handling.