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2.4L plugs and wires

Discussion in '4 Cylinder' started by Card1, Mar 20, 2014.

  1. Card1

    Card1 [OP] Well-Known Member

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    Which are most recommended? I changed my valve cover gasket yesterday and my buddy came over to take a look and chuckled when he saw my plug wires cause of how small they were (he's building a 68 charger, of course he'd laugh lol) and i was wondering if new plugs and wires would change anything about the performance/ how fast it gets up and goes.

    Anything?
     
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    No. Changing plugs and wires will only increase your performance if there is a problem with the current parts, in which case it would misfire or have some other obvious symptom (hesitation, hard starting, poor fuel economy, etc).
     
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