409 Pro Race Fit Ignition Wire Set by Taylor Cable®. These 0.409" / 10.4mm diameter high-performance custom-fit ignition wires are built for street or track applications. Guarantee your engine a fat spark to start the combustion process, every time. Ferrite core for radio interference suppression.
- 100% silicone Pro-Boot
- Double spring locking terminal
- 100% pure silicone 10.4 mm outer jacket
- 350 Ohm ferrite spiral-wound core for max EMI and RFI suppression
- Recommended for Multi-spark and electronic ignition systems
- 100% silicone inner core
- Fiberglass braid for pull strength
- 100% pure silicone 8mm inner jacket
- Heat-treated fiberglass woven mesh
- Not for use with OE boot
- Made in U.S.A.
Ignition wires are pivotal for keeping your engine running smoothly and letting it generate its maximum power and torque. A hot, fat spark is necessary to light the fires inside your combustion chambers. Stock ignition wires start to degrade the day your car rolls off the assembly line, and in a few years may no longer be capable of routing 100% of the energy from the coil to the spark plug. Extra resistance is one problem, caused by loose connections or corrosion, or broken conductors inside the cable’s jacket. Failing insulation, without its original dielectric strength, can leak energy to nearby wires or off to any nearby metal. The result is a misfire, often one too subtle to detect or be picked up by the engine computer, but one that costs you gas and power. Whether you’re commuting, towing or trying to set a low E.T., upgrading your plug wires will insure a clean-running, powerful engine.
Taylor Cable®, also known as TaylorVertex, is based in Missouri, and has been in the auto parts manufacturing business since 1923. With over 100,000 square feet of manufacturing and warehousing space, they build all of their components right here in the USA. They’ve also operated Vertex Magnetos, the racing legend, since 1994. Their continuing dedication to quality manufacturing, product development make them an important supplier here at CARiD.