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Old 02-06-2009, 01:03 PM   #1
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Need a set of wires with all 8 boots at 90 degrees, does anybody make a set?

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Old 02-06-2009, 03:08 PM   #2
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My MSD's are like that
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Thanks, did you have to get adapters?
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I have the MSD's also, made for my year corvette. I burned though a couple of boots on my headers. They sell replacement boots. It was pretty easy to fix. It just takes a little cutting and crimping. They also sell universal sets like this that you can custom make. You can get 90* or straight plugs. They also sell the wire only in rolls. Check the MSD cataloge or web site. Summit has them also.


Something like this...
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You can get spark plug boot heat protectors
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You can get spark plug boot heat protectors
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I have some but they sent the straight ones not the 90 deg ones, half of them would not fit. After about an hour of trying to squeeze them on I realized this. After that I hope I never have to touch another stupid boot protector. I know... If I would have just had the right ones. I found a way to just tie wrap the wires/plugs away from the headers which seems to be working for now.
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