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Old 03-17-2012, 04:17 PM   #1
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So final got my order from american muscle, got a set of taylor 8mm wires and the screamin demon coil pack and damn what a huge difference, really the only thing that took the longest to do wasre gapping the plugs to .064, according to the intructions that came with the coil I was going to see better acceleration and better mileage, well I can tell ya what now its putting me back into seat.
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How much are coil packs? Hard to install?
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Old 03-17-2012, 05:15 PM   #3
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Re: Screamin v6

At AM they are $95
I got one not too long ago and it is awesome

Not hard to install at all
Only took me like 10 minutes
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Coil packs are easy to change just remove what you have put wires right on the screaming demon one at a time after you take one off ONE AT A TIME... incase you don't know what order they come in. It should be on the coil pack itself. It's easy, real easy.
And wow there's that much a difference? And do you have to gap the plugs even if you buy pre set gap plugs?

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I changed my plugs already I prefer Bosch. The four prones. I want the red wires and screaming demon getting mine next thursday
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When I bought the plugs they werent pre gapped, havent drove it enough to see if there is a difference in mileage but the acceleration is soe much better then stock, I also got a sct tuner from american muscle that should make it even better
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Does it actually help that much? 95$ Isnt all that much
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Old 03-18-2012, 01:59 AM   #7
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I bought both the coil and wires from american muscle and it came out to be like 114 and some change.and yes it makes a good difference, I checked out a lot of different reviews before I bought the coil and 99% of the reviews were good so I took the chance on it, the taylor wires ive used in the past for race applications and it a few of my cars so I know there good, its just one of those things you buy and try but you wont be disappointed
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Yeah it would help, plus I hear that people have had there stock units go out on em. My car have over 100k so I'm just gonna buy the screamin demon as preventative maintenance lol
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Ya I tend to keep extra parts around just in case I break down
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