Resistor Plug Caps


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spookytooth
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Resistor Plug Caps

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Wow. What a difference. For the cost and ease of install you'd be crazy not to replace them. Even if you think the ones you've got are ok. Every time I looked down today I was going 80 mph.

http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B0018J ... ingdocs-20


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spookytooth wrote:Wow. What a difference. For the cost and ease of install you'd be crazy not to replace them. Even if you think the ones you've got are ok. Every time I looked down today I was going 80 mph.

http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B0018J ... ingdocs-20
If only the wires were as easy to replace.
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Just gotta replace the coils.
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spookytooth wrote:Just gotta replace the coils.
Can't see going thru all that as it's running fine.


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