Get More Spark to the Plugs and Protect Onboard Electronics Too

Getting more spark energy to your plugs is a good thing. So is protecting onboard electronics like ECUs and electronic ignition boxes. Taylor’s Universal-Fit Spiro-Pro Ignition Wires do both. The 8mm wires have a highly conductive stainless steel spiral-wound core that has 10 times less resistance than OEM-style resistor core wire. That means you get maximum spark energy at the plugs while protecting electronics from RFI/EMI signals. And because they’re universal-fit, you can cut Spiro-Pro wires to the exact length you need.

Live Wire: How to Choose Spark Plug Wires for Your Vehicle

Spark plug wires can’t add horsepower (despite what some may claim), but they can adversely affect your vehicle’s performance. That’s why it’s important to select a good quality set of spark plug ignition wires to deliver juice to your spark plugs.

Even though spark plug wires are simple parts (there are absolutely no moving mechanical parts to them), there’s surprisingly little information on the Internet about choosing the right spark plug wires for a given application. We’ll aim to remedy that here by covering the basics of choosing high performance spark wires for your ride. Continue reading spark plug wire tech from Summit Racing.

Better Stopping Power for Classic Full-Size Ford Cars

Ford didn’t put front disc brakes on its 1958-68 full-size passenger cars. You can fix that oversight on your car with a LEED Brakes Disc Brake Conversion Kit. The kits use the factory drum brake spindles so the conversion is a complete bolt-on. LEED Brakes even went to the trouble to make its kits look like the factory put them there.