Taylor makes nice wire looms for their 10.4mm wires.They look good. I don't mind the yellow actually, I have a yellow Accel coil on mine. Not to be a stick in the mud however, 9mm is max for my wire protection looms. Also, that heat shrink makes the wires rigid for a longer distance - really tough to squeeze them in on a "small" cap setup. Too lazy to take a new photo, here's a zoom in on my "squirrel's nest" photo: View attachment 1076980
Forgot to mention #1 rotated 45 degrees clockwise caused me to swap wires around, I still need to shorten #3.
This is what I could pull from the item description.What is the base cable? Do they mention this?
Sheathing is cosmetic but the cable design, core configuration and insulation material quality are the keys to whether they are worth the cost.
Worked many years in this industry and designed high speed progressive dies for the spark plug and distributor terminal ends and believe me, there are some piss-poor cable manufacturers out there. Even the method of crimping the terminals to the cable are important.
As for these wires versus the rest, time will tell. These or Firecore or whatever the latest gimmick is, they all need to be tested. Been using Moroso Ultra 40 and Taylor 409 wires for years because of the data obtained when tested all kinds of cables in the early days so it'll take some magic to make me change my ways.
Need some really expensive rope to fire those plugs? done.I can't comment on the sponsorship detail as I have no idea. I have read that teams still pay for them.
Even if there is a sponsorship, they're not going to use stuff that doesn't work/make them competitive.
They can also handle those magnetos...
Need some really expensive rope to fire those plugs? done.
It's not rocket science.