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Plugwires /w Turbo Setup

Any suggestions for plugwires for the ON3 Fox kit /w P Heads? Just looking for durable good wires. Installing now, and decided to change out while I'm at it. Thanks in advance........Ryan

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We always send custom Msd ones with our kits that go below the headers so no chance of downpipe touching them

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I'll be using FMS wires, not sure if they will last with my turbo setup so I'm curious as well. It's hard to go wrong with the FMS's for $45ish though
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I run ford ones. The moroso ones are by far the best! I watched a turbo x275 car pick up 80 wheel going from msd to morosos!

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Thanks guys. Is anyone running the boot covers on the turbo setups? Which angle wire is right?
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Basically if anyone has the ON3 kit on a fox I just need to know which wire part# works and is durable.
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I run ford ones. The moroso ones are by far the best! I watched a turbo x275 car pick up 80 wheel going from msd to morosos!
You can't be serious...
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You can't be serious...
Maybe he meant 2 of the MSD wires were burnt in two? LOL
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I could see it being plausible. And X275 car makes 2000-2200 hp.

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I could see it being plausible. And X275 car makes 2000-2200 hp.
80Hp Through ####ing wires? Give me a break

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Taylor Thundervolt 10.4mm wires with DEI sleeves and spark plug boots.


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MSD or Firecore.

You guys considering running Ford Racing wires should put an ohm meter on them...

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Here are the ones I have with my on3 kit. They are expensive but have ceramic boots. They claim the boot can lay right on the header and not burn. Held up good so far.

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I can't see moroso wires picking up 80rwhp over msd. If both sets r good wires
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I'll be using FMS wires, not sure if they will last with my turbo setup so I'm curious as well. It's hard to go wrong with the FMS's for $45ish though

These. You are going to burn them up no matter what you use. I just change mine out every season along with the plugs.

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You are going to burn them up no matter what you use.


LOL!! You're doing something wrong then...

I ran the same set of Autolite 3924 plugs and MSD Streetfire wires for 2 years on my old turbo setup. I did have covers on the plug boots, but none ever came close to getting burnt.

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80Hp Through ####ing wires? Give me a break
Just last week i picked up almost 50 rwhp going from ford racing wires to taylor. same day swapped them and watched it happen. my ford wires were new. this was only on a 740 hp car.

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I will never run the ford wires again. ya they work but so does a 25 buck set of beldon wires. there cheap for a reason, there junk.

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Taylor Thundervolt 10.4mm wires with DEI sleeves and spark plug boots.


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