Spark Plug Wires
Preterminated at the plug end with either straight, 90°, or hemi style plug boots. Contains both HEI and Non-HEI terminals and boots to terminate your own distributor/magneto wire ends.Features:
Performance solid core spark plug wires do make a difference. Moroso's solid core design delivers more energy than conventional carbon core wires which provides a noticeable increase in power and performance. JEGS offers the finest Moroso products at the best prices.
What Are The Top Moroso Blue Max Solid Core Plug Wire Products
The universal solid core spark plug wire kits are by far the most popular. They are available with 90-degree or straight boots and fit most V8 engines. Each Moroso kit features HEI and non-HEI terminals for a truly universal fit.
How Much Do Moroso Blue Max Solid Core Plug Wire Cost
Be prepared to spend around $100 on your new spark plug wires. This is a small price to pay for the increase in performance you will experience. JEGS also offers a 100-foot spool of wire for those who need to make custom lengths.
How To Use Moroso Blue Max Solid Core Plug Wire
Installing your new wires is a fairly easy process. Simply route the wire from the spark plug to the distributor cap and attach the terminals. With a few common hand tools such as crimpers and strippers, you'll be up and running in no time.
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