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Old 02-04-2010, 02:07 AM   #1
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read that Msg coils and a Taylor wire set are optimal for best MPG, anyone know of a comparable wire to Taylor for Sl2's? I don't think they make them for saturns, but msg makes the coils...

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Stay with stock coils or you will be very sorry and out about 100.00. As for wires Magnecor makes a 7mm direct fit wire set that functions just fine and should last for a good while. http://www.magnecor.com/magnecor1/main.htm Get the part number for the set you want and then do a search for a discount. The 7mm set is a 60 or so list and it can be found for 40 or so if you look.
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are magnecore the best set for saturns? maybe for efficiency?

also why no on the coils? will it blow my car up? just curious
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I just picked up a set of Belden Max from NAPA. $20. Made in the USA.
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Stick with OEM coils as some aftermarket ones had issues, plus the output is identical. Why pay $100+ for a red or yellow outer casing?
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The Magnecor wires will outlast a big handful of standard carbon-kevlar wires. The carbon-kevlar wires will last about 2 sets of plugs and then they are not functioning at peak efficiency.
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