Spark Plug Wires 94-95?

Discussion in '1994 - 1995 Specific Tech' started by 94GTMOOSE, Sep 12, 2005.

  1. 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
     
  2. does the msd set have the clip on the coil wire so it will stay on
     
  3. 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
     
  4. 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:
     
  5. hey Moose, ihave a bellhousing i need to get rid of..........oh yeah the clutsh fork too.........



    just seen it in your sig...




    jason
     

  6. Yep
     
  7. Livewires...I wouldn't use anything else
     
  8. I basicly just swapped the boots and the one metal end piece that connects to the coil.
     
  9. I think Tim recently posted that Anderson sells FRPP wires which fit better than the universal FRPP wires. Sound familiar guys?