don't knowif they're the best,but I like the 10mm wires,low resistance,hold up well and of course.............they look good.rpbrock said:
I run one yellow and one orange in tribute to the Marlboro Man bike. The dyno can't tell the difference. Doing this requires ordering a set of each color and splitting them up. I'll change them out with the unused pair if they get ill but they're going on 4 years now.DrHeathenScum said:stay away from the neon ones.
OEM wires, in serviceable condition, are all you need. Anything else is a waste of money. And in consideration of Delphi EFI, other wires may cause trouble codes to appear.rpbrock said:
Actually, I don't think there's been any new technology in about the past 30 years. A lot of companies say they have something "new and improved" but they usually don't perform any better than stock. They do a great job of draining your wallet, though. LOL! Same goes for spark plugs... stock is fine for just about any performance engine.rpbrock said:Thanks guys, that's kind of what I thought. Just checking to see if there was any new technology in the wire arena over the last 10 years or so.
More snake oil. I guess they look purty, too. Save your money and go with stock wires. Performance-wise, they will handle anything you throw at them.steveusmc said:So, what's supposed to be special about the wires with the braided covering, with ground wires? Is that a sales pitch gimmick? My bike has them, although they were on when I bought it. Bike runs great but may change them soon due to some corrosion.
Steve...Pensacola (1995 FXDWG)
USMC 1972 - 2003