Best Spark Plug Wires: Keep Your Engine Running Smoothly
Fire up every cylinder of your car smoothly with these high-performance spark plug wires
This spark plug wire comes with variable pitch winding and an ultra-low resistance level to provide a powerful and efficient spark to your spark plugs.
Stainless steel terminal ends fit tightly and securely to the spark plugs to ensure a quick and vibration-free ignition. The wiring is made up of a heat-resistant silicone jacket that resists moisture, oil, gas, and cracking in the extreme heat of up to 482 degrees Fahrenheit.
The plug boots may not cover the sleeves of the engine head properly. This could lead to dirt and water entering the plug sleeves. Another downside is they are on the more expensive side.
These identical ignition plug wires are a direct match to the OEM fitted wires; however, the major difference is the improved conductor wire. This makes them familiar and easy to install.
The wires are designed with a fiberglass carbon that quickly and efficiently sends a spark to your spark plugs. The housing for the copper wiring and cabling is sturdy and thick to help prevent against punctures and extreme heat or cold.
The wiring can be a little too short to reach the OEM routing clips. You may also find it difficult to latch onto the gasket on the engine side.
These wires come with a specifically designed distributor boot shape and materials to provide a secure fit, easy installation, and watertight seal.
They are corrosion resistant to prevent any kind of acidic buildup. Their terminal design improves spark plug retention and assists you during the installation process. Plus, the outer jacket acts as a high dielectric solution, keeping the copper in excellent shape with each mile.
The wires may end up pushing so tightly to the end of the spark plugs that they are nearly impossible to remove without separating the metal connector from inside the wire boot. The wires may also be a bit too short in some cars.