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Hey guys anyone ever run a set of these on their cars? I know Taylor wires are popular with our cars and I havent Seen any posts about the ceramic boot wires that they offer. I’m also curious how they fit onto the opti.


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They are expensive.
 

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Add to above:

They are unnecessary.
They will quickly become laden with oil and crap = ugly.

I did not look at price, but consider the best investment besides good set of wires to be a reel of gray-stripe convoluted tubing installed EVERYWHERE the original is. Spend 2 hours on here with Advanced Search going through threads providing "extremely well detailed" installation hints. Spend 4 hours duplicating exactly what you've read. Most critcal is to train the wires correctly, and reuse all the metal protectors where original. Dielec. grease and 'double click' on both ends of everything.

You may know all this, but title is good to attract future searchers too.
 
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I have them currently installed on my 96 ImpalaSS, not a single problem so far, custom taylor fit to fit my car properly without extra lengths of wires all over the place.
ceramic plug caps are heavy duty and are heat resistant.
no cracks or difficulty in the installation.
expensive, yes, worth it ?
Depends on your financial situation.
It was to me after hearing about all the MSD and other plug wire sets problems and returns.
 
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