MAGNACOR Spark Plug Wires

francoblay1

The Spaniard
Yep... correct part number..........

What bike/model/year do you have?... (it doesn't show in your profile).........
 

hads

Member
Cool i"ll let you know tonight cause i asked who i got from ebsy 2 days ago and still no answer


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john sachs

Active Member
I run stock plug wires in all 4 0f my bikes for miles and have never had a problem. If the wires are in good shape and are the ones you're supposed to use you will never have a problem. And you won't find any more power from special "super duper" spark plug wires. :rolleyes:
A word of caution: DON'T start swapping plug wires on fuel injection bikes.
John
 

Big Dog Fan

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I run stock plug wires in all 4 0f my bikes for miles and have never had a problem. If the wires are in good shape and are the ones you're supposed to use you will never have a problem. And you won't find any more power from special "super duper" spark plug wires. :rolleyes:
A word of caution: DON'T start swapping plug wires on fuel injection bikes.
John
 

Big Dog Fan

New Member
What are the issues changing spark plug wires on an EFI K9? The Shop Manual says 8.8 mm wires. The postings recommend spiral core wires to eliminate EMI and still have low resistance 40-50 ohms. I’d like to change my stock black K9 wires to yellow, but the Owners Manual cautions not to use aftermarket wires like Taylor etc. Is there a yellow spark plug wire that works with an EFI S&S 117??
 

Mr. Wright

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You can find most of your Big Dog needs at wildsteedworx.com


 
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