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Spark PLugs and Wires!

2000 prelude BASE model....Well time for a tuen up might as well get high powered wires and plugs or is there really suck thing?

What is the best wires and plugs out there i dont believe all the advertisement i see. But if i had to make a decision now i would buy NGKs...Talk to me
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Ok let me say this first!!! SEARCH!!!! lol
yes NGK wires and spark plugs ftw!!!!
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dude were not trying to be mean..lol this is a really friendly forum but you gotta search dude..
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dude were not trying to be mean..lol this is a really friendly forum but you gotta search dude..
Yes yes I don't mind searching at all just new to the site and to forums ha
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Re: Spark PLugs and Wires!

yeah just search. You can pick up a nice pair of ngk wires and plugs for about 75 bucks. Well that what i paid. Hey sorry for the the jack, how are the NGK g-power platinum. I bought them and im just curious how they are. thanks.
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Re: Spark PLugs and Wires!

NGK wires
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has anyone ever considered using nology hot wires or magnecor 8.5mm kv85's with ngk platinum spark plugs?
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Thanks man i will really look into them!
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Thanks man i will really look into them!
i thought he said he wanted some high powered wires..the ngk are the same as oem wires!!!
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I too am curious about the Nology Hotwires. (Not really a thread jack its relavant to the OP) The capacitor for energy storage seems legit...kinda...in theory...maybe. LilMissy should be able to shed some light on this if she sees it.
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I too am curious about the Nology Hotwires. (Not really a thread jack its relavant to the OP) The capacitor for energy storage seems legit...kinda...in theory...maybe. LilMissy should be able to shed some light on this if she sees it.
they dont seem to be a gimmick..just a case of whether you want to spend $200 on spark plug leads
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Yeah... I still don't know because the plug isn't going to get any more juice than what the coil gives it because even if the cap stored more than the output of the coil the coil will only "push out" the amount of energy that the coil puts out.....I think.... LILMISSY!! Where are you!?!
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Yeah... I still don't know because the plug isn't going to get any more juice than what the coil gives it because even if the cap stored more than the output of the coil the coil will only "push out" the amount of energy that the coil puts out.....I think.... LILMISSY!! Where are you!?!
the whole point of the capacitors is to store the charge and release the same amount of spark amongst the cylinders.. normal leads just fire a shot which may or may not be enough therefore u get unburnt fuel, poor detonation or spark. whereas the capacitor would eliminate this problem. so yeah..in theory it makes sense!
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I really wanna know more about these cause one of our distributors carries nology and I can pick em up pretty reasonably
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Oh yeah! I've read all about them. I just wonder if they are that much better why manufacturers or other aftermarket companies stick with traditional design. The wire capasitance isn't a hp boost per say just an increase in combustion efficiency and that is essentially the goal of r and d teams. If there was something substantial you would think if would have been picked up by now.
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Oh yeah! I've read all about them. I just wonder if they are that much better why manufacturers or other aftermarket companies stick with traditional design. The wire capasitance isn't a hp boost per say just an increase in combustion efficiency and that is essentially the goal of r and d teams. If there was something substantial you would think if would have been picked up by now.
how much can u pick these up for??
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Its been a while that I checked but I looked at msd and nology and I belive the hotwires were like 120 bones or so and now I can't get msd so retail on those is like 95 bucks. If I get any ill probably give the hotwires a whirl. But I got lossa stuff to do before upgrading those wires. Like get situated in new house, wedding, charging upgrades in car, buy a rolled 99 4runner for 800 bucks :) if you find any 3rd party reviews other than what's on nologys site post em up. I'm really curious!
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unless you have a high powered ignition system i say stick with OEM or NGK wires. theres no reason to spend $100+ for wires on a stock system. they wont do anything more than a $50 will
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unless you have a high powered ignition system i say stick with OEM or NGK wires. theres no reason to spend $100+ for wires on a stock system. they wont do anything more than a $50 will
thats the general rumour..but theres nothing wrong with getting extra fuel economy and better detonatio/timing
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ngk wires and plugs FTW!!!!!!! i have ngk plugs in my car im gonna get ngk plugs and wires when i get my tax return
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my friend has the 8.5 hotwires, ehh they look cool i guess, but honestly couldn't tell a difference between his and my mag 2.5's.

Not saying there isn't a difference, just saying i couldn't tell. plus i hate that you have to ground them???
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Welll looks like lots of differnt thoughts from different people!....ha does anyone know for a fact if high quality sparks and plugs do add a bit HP!?
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Well its not that you will gain hp by putting better plugs in. By doing all you can to maximize the efficiency of ignition system you will have better milage, more consistant power, easier starts etc. Is more overall hp a result? Maybe. If your stuff is old and shyt then new aftermarket stuff makes a HUGE difference. Probably not much more than stock replacements would. And at this point, you can't feeeel anything. Its more of tbe way it runs at any given rpm. If their theory works in reality like it works in thought the inline capacitor gives a BURST of voltage rather than a pulse off the distributor. Essentially making a hotter spark to burn fuel more completely. Does such a thing really work? ???? That's what the discussion is about but were well aware you won't put them on and go "holy crap" otherwise everyone and their cousin would have one.
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Well its not that you will gain hp by putting better plugs in. By doing all you can to maximize the efficiency of ignition system you will have better milage, more consistant power, easier starts etc. Is more overall hp a result? Maybe. If your stuff is old and shyt then new aftermarket stuff makes a HUGE difference. Probably not much more than stock replacements would. And at this point, you can't feeeel anything. Its more of tbe way it runs at any given rpm. If their theory works in reality like it works in thought the inline capacitor gives a BURST of voltage rather than a pulse off the distributor. Essentially making a hotter spark to burn fuel more completely. Does such a thing really work? ???? That's what the discussion is about but were well aware you won't put them on and go "holy crap" otherwise everyone and their cousin would have one.
Thanks man that's the response I'm looking for! Well all my cylinders misfire cause of shiity plugs I was told. So new plugs n wires should have a good affect on my performance
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Oh yeah dude! Kinda like when my cat was broken and the chambers were perpendicular to the exhaust flow, knocking all of it out was like adding a turbo! When in all reality, removing cat...no gain.
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