Originally Posted by mopar408
what does everyone use on a V8?
There are two or three good 'Cheap' choices for an I-6, but with V-8 you are MUCH better off with a 'Cut To Fit' set of MSD p/n 3119 wires so they actually FIT the engine and work correctly.
I-6 engines are all VERY SHORT, so not a lot of resistance or impedance due to lenght,
But you can't say that about V-8 wires, so a top quality set is the best plan.
I use MSD p/n 3119 wires because they are the best, reasonably priced wires I've found so far.
They come with both sets of boots, long enough to do the job, and they have good instructions, stripping/crimping tool included.
Virtually impervious to heat, chemicals, and conduct more of the spark energy the coil makes to the plugs.