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Old 01-22-2006, 03:02 PM   #1
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JBA Spark plug wires, 8mm or 9mm?

Im thinking of getting some JBA spark plug wires but there are two choices. 8 mm & 9 mm. Doe's anyone know the difference between the two performance wise? Would it be ok to go with the 9 mm?
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Im thinking of getting some JBA spark plug wires but there are two choices. 8 mm & 9 mm. Doe's anyone know the difference between the two performance wise? Would it be ok to go with the 9 mm?
9mm is fine for N/A
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neither will do anything other than add a bit of looks to the car, wait until they are high in milage then replace them as regular upkeep.
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Re: JBA Spark plug wires, 8mm or 9mm?

yea thats what everyone's tellin me. Thanks for the input, I think ill just hold off till I can do the whole ignition. MSD or something in the future
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Re: JBA Spark plug wires, 8mm or 9mm?

Whole ignition will do you no good unless you really start into the engine.
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put the money into mods that will help, but nearly all mods barly help
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yea thats what everyone's tellin me. Thanks for the input, I think ill just hold off till I can do the whole ignition. MSD or something in the future
Whole ignition will give you 0 gains
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