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A14 ready for installation
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With all the assembly finished, everything is ready for installation into my freshly painted engine bay

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B120dat
Posted: 2004/3/8 8:01  Updated: 2004/3/8 8:01
No life (a.k.a. DattoMaster)
Joined: 2002/12/2
From: Brisbane
Posts: 2317
 Re: A14 ready for installation
hey i have seen those spark plug leads around..... what are they? whats with the large bluge before the end of the plug?

i have top gun leads which i thought were decent leads.....are those ones any good?

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anb008
Posted: 2004/3/8 8:10  Updated: 2004/3/8 8:10
Home away from home
Joined: 2002/11/7
From: Perth, Australia
Posts: 184
 Re: A14 ready for installation
The leads are Eagle Eliminator Series 9mm leads. I got them at cost as a guy with a 120Y ordered them from my local parts store 2 years ago and never collected them. the bulge is simply nothing more thena moulding designed to make the removal from the plug easier. Apparently they're worth quite a bit but I don't know the retails amount. Are they any good... when testing them they seemed to produce a substantially better spark. But if you have Top Guns, I'd stay with them. Why spend money when you don't have to ?