Thanks.Great info and write up again with pics im def studying them closely
Yes. I used 2 sizes of wire loom. I used 10 feet of 3/8 for the wires alone (that's both sides of the engine). And for the other size loom (3/4), I cut a roughly six inch section off the 1 foot of 3/4 for the drivers side where 3 wires are bundled in that larger clip. This all is trying to match the FSM.So you need 2 size of wire loom correct. Sizes again?
I purchased my grey stripe wire loom at www.wiringproducts.com. scroll down on the left to wiring loom. Then it's the middle higher temp loom. That's what I bought. I used 3/8 for the wires and 3/4 for the section on the drivers side rear the air pump. Mine arrived with a grey stripe.Ok and where to order again? I only seem like a can find the look but doesnt have the grey strip on it and also where could i find the metal boot that goes on the plugs in the back i just noticed mines are missing and wonder why my #7 plug went bad 🤔
I believe so. Mine had the aluminum shields on only 8, 5 and 7.... I think they are discontinued. I've seen them on ebay time to time. Probably a good idea to not run without them.Beacause you only need the metal spark plug bood shield for 5,7 & 8 correct?
Leaving the spark plug boot shields off? No, not really. I don't recommend it.. They are designed to absorb the heat and do not contact the boot on the total surface of the surface of the boot. This minimal contact ( 2 points) keeps them boots surface from cooking. If they cook and dry out, then you will get spark coming through the dry boot causing misfires. This is the reason for the design and they must have put them there because the extra heat on the manifolds. Could you run to the really near by store in the morning for something in an emergency? Probably. But I'm talking a few blocks with time to cool between. I wouldn't make it a habit. All that work to minimize the same work.Thanks for the link. You thinking leaving them off be fine??