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Replacing Spark Plug Cables

Hey Guys, I am doing a service on my truck before I drive down to Florida in a few weeks and am looking to replace my spark plugs and cables. I have already ordered the plugs and was thinking about getting the Taylor Shorty Cables. I am confused as which ones I should get and if you guys have any other suggestions?
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Hey Guys, I am doing a service on my truck before I drive down to Florida in a few weeks and am looking to replace my spark plugs and cables. I have already ordered the plugs and was thinking about getting the Taylor Shorty Cables. I am confused as which ones I should get and if you guys have any other suggestions?

good mod, i have the same!


Taylor Spark Plug Wiring.......remove the Nasty
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Hey Guys, I am doing a service on my truck before I drive down to Florida in a few weeks and am looking to replace my spark plugs and cables. I have already ordered the plugs and was thinking about getting the Taylor Shorty Cables. I am confused as which ones I should get and if you guys have any other suggestions?
I went and looked up my order from SummitRacing 2+ years ago and these are the ones I installed on my 05 WK HEMI. They're still installed to this day!

http://www.summitracing.com/parts/tay-82641

I paid $10 more than that 2yrs ago so you're getting a good deal!

Getting rid of the horrid loom of OEM wiring was one of the best mods I ever did!
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How difficult is the install? Plug and play or custom?
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Awesome!!! Just ordered a set thanks guys!!!!!
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Awesome!!! Just ordered a set thanks guys!!!!!
Glad you got it sorted. Install consists literally of removing the engine cover, ripping off the factory $h^t loom/rat's nest of wires, and simply putting some di-electric grease on the boot fittings and popping them in. Much easier to keep track of the wiring as the plugs connect to the spark plug coil right next to them, effectively eliminating the "wasted spark system" and instead replacing it with 2 simultaneous sparks or at least something close.
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