Small Block Chevy
The Ultimate Spark Plug Wire - Incredibly Low Resistance Without Electronic Interference
Universal Wire Sets
Routing spark plug wires is an art form. It takes patience and time to route your wires away from the headers, through separators and to the distributor cap. Some wire sets fit perfectly, but a lot of people want to build their own so they can route them exactly how they see fit. Super Conductor Universal 8.5 mm Wire Sets have spark plug terminals and boots installed with the opposite ends open. Distributor cap terminals and boots are included so you can cut wires to desired lengths, then use the included Mini-Stripper-Crimper to install terminals. 2-in-1 Wire Sets include terminals and boots for both socket and HEI-style distributor caps. Bulk wiring is available in 50-foot lengths so you can build your own set.
Multi-Angle: Straight but can be bent close to 90 degrees
Socket: For old socket or points-style cap (female post)
HEI: 90 degrees for spark plug-type terminals (male post)
Trying to confirm that these will fit my 1970 Camaro. 350 small block RS using MSD ignition box and distributor along with MSD Blaster SS. If possible do you know the length of each wire? Thanks for your help.
do these come fully assembled as shown in picture? I have a point distributor and do not want to put ends on wires.
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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.