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I'm ready to order a new set of ignition wires and would like to get some more feedback from the forum before I buy.
I need high quality wires that hold up to a decent amount of heat since my #3 header tube is very close to my sparkplug. My ignition consists of an MSD 6AL box, Blaster 2 coil and MSD billet distributor. I'm leaning towards the DUI Live Wires since they look pretty substantial and because I haven't heard anything negative about them. Which ignition wires do you guys prefer?
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Len
 

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I like my taylor wires but I don't have any serious heat issues with my headers so I can't comment on how well they stand up to that....I noticed a big improvement over my old Accels though.
 

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I have the DUI wires. So far so good. The wires and boots come pretty close to my headers and so far no issues.

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The Taylors I first tried had poor heat resistance. I watch a couple of boots melt while breaking in my cam.

I switched to MSD's (with a multi angle boot) and have been pleased so far.
 

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MSD SuperConductors
 

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Circle track and racing tech nology did a Dyno test on all the top wire compared to a cheap set and there was no HP gain.Don't use solid core wires as per the instuction s in the MSD box as well.
 

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I've been buying the Accel 8mm yellow universal sets for years.
 
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