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good place/brands for new dizzy cap/wires


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#1 loyalewithcheese

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Posted 22 July 2005 - 01:30 PM

okay so i got into our subi yesterday and scaped and scrubbed the dizzy cap clean and WOW what a diff. it had a big gain of power on the low end and i even had my wife confirm it so i was sure it wasn't just a placebo affect. i told her..."oh...i think i made it worse"....she came back thinking i was crazy.

so now that that's helped, i think i just want to freshen up the spark action. so any good place to get stuff, brands you recommend? are caps from kragen good enough or cheap hencho in mexico stuff?

i'm not looking to spend big bucks, just trying to clean up my spark and get some better milage and a little more gusto. i'd consider a new coil if people really think it's worth it, but like i said, i don't want to go too crazy.

cheers
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#2 MorganM

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Posted 22 July 2005 - 02:49 PM

Last cap, rotoer, and plug wires I bought were by Wells. Toyota trusts them enough to use them for their igintion components. I figure it's good'nuf for my Subaru. Purchased at Autozone.

#3 Caboobaroo

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Posted 22 July 2005 - 05:44 PM

Ebay my friend. I purchased a set of NGK plugwires for 15 bucks shipped for my '89 RX.

#4 loyalewithcheese

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Posted 22 July 2005 - 05:48 PM

Ebay my friend. I purchased a set of NGK plugwires for 15 bucks shipped for my '89 RX.


true, when i had looked there was some brand i haven't heard off. i'll have another look. i did find a cheap magnacor set for the loyale...

http://www.alamomoto...mag_subaru.html

not dirt cheap, but not much more than NGKs from other online dealers anyone know if there are any issues using those in a 94? it list it as a 85-93.

thanks
droo




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