Re: {Chrysler 300} spark plug wires
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Re: {Chrysler 300} spark plug wires



No , but be careful not to have resistor plugs and resistor wires too , although even that is essentially ok . Any ignition wire should measure 40,000 ohms or less , solid wire is  only a few ohms . I do not know if 300’s came with resistor plugs ? Or wires? Must have had one or other as usually radio noise is otherwise brutal . Someone may know that ? 

The best rfi suppression wires have stainless spiral wire cores , less fragile than carbon thread types , as those are easy to break if you tug  on wire at plug . Pull off by the boot . Silicone grease prevents sticking to plug . A broken carbon thread will usually be more ohms than 40 000. 
If your own radio is free of click click click , you need not worry about neighbors . 
It is the exhaust that bugs them ! 

As an aside I recently bought a set of NGK resistor wires for a brand X . As is typical of Japanese engineering and quality I was really impressed . Yes it was carbon conductor based but it looked like Kevlar thread reinforcement very strong . I had to shorten one . Quality was obvious , and you can actually  remove the plug boots . Blue color a bit much but better than yellow . Got at rock auto 
Jg 
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On Jun 30, 2022, at 6:09 PM, Henry A. Mitchell III <hamlll@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:



Is there a possibility that resistor spark plug wires would affect the performance of a standard dual-point distributor, standard coil, stock 392 hemi engine? All the auto restoration supply businesses we like to patronize seem to stock only the solid-wire type spark plug wires. Is there a reason for that? The solid wires I have in the car now do not interfere with the radio. I’m told the solid wires may affect the neighbors radios and stuff but they all know what kind of car I have, and I want them to know      I Am Starting Up THE Car.

 

Henry Mitchell

300C




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