Spark Plug Wires 94-95?

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  1. 94GTMOOSE

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    i have the ford racing 9mm plug wires now, but they are not a direct replacment. I guess they are universal. The coil wire does not have that little clip to stay on the coil, and all the wires are about a inch to 4inches too long, makeing in very prone to melting on the header.

    My question is do they make a direct replacment proformance wire set for the 94-95 mustang. brand and how much if you guys know
     
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    does the msd set have the clip on the coil wire so it will stay on
     
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    i just switched the ends from the extra wire that ford racing gives you to the coil one they supply you, just an idea.

    Jeff
     
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    MSD doesn't have the clip on the coil wire, but I have had no problems with it coming off. It's the same HEI style terminals as on your distributor and they don't have the clips either.

    The MSD wires are a fairly tight fit though. I started off with their reccomendation for which wire length to which plug and made a few swaps on the first two cyclinders on both sides to get enough "slack" where I was happy.

    I haven't had any problems with them yet after about 6 months, though there are some people that say they have had nothing but trouble :shrug:
     
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    hey Moose, ihave a bellhousing i need to get rid of..........oh yeah the clutsh fork too.........



    just seen it in your sig...




    jason
     
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    Yep
     
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    Livewires...I wouldn't use anything else
     
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    I basicly just swapped the boots and the one metal end piece that connects to the coil.
     
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    HISSIN50 "How long does it take to get help in here? SN Certified Technician

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    I think Tim recently posted that Anderson sells FRPP wires which fit better than the universal FRPP wires. Sound familiar guys?
     
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