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Old 09-24-2013, 09:22 PM
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first 2.5 years of the hemi had plug wires. so I what to know if the short plug wires are better or not? it makes it more like the new hemi were the coil just runs one cylinder in stead of two.
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That's the exact point, it won't fire in the opposite timed cylinder. The original thought was a single coil firing both plugs wouldn't be as strong as two separate coils, and you can see how long that lasted.
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some have had good experiences with shortys (Taylor)... I wasn't one of them, I would get misfire codes with them, went back to long wires and no more misfires...I would get the misfires at wot (since i race often)
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