MSD 35599 8.5mm Spark Plug Wires Set, S/B Chevy HEI, Under Headers
Chevy Small Block V8, Spiral Core Conductor Style, Assembled, HEI / Male Cap Terminal Style
- Wire sets test 40-50 ohms per foot
- Designed for Small Block Chevys
- Made to be routed under the headers
- Features HEI/male cap and terminal style
- Spark plug boot ends have a 90-degree bend and are made from silicone
What makes or breaks a plug wire is not only how well the wire is insulated, but how low of resistance the center core has. These assembled wire sets test 40-50 ohms per foot, while most others test 1500 ohms per foot.
These low resistance spark plug wires are designed for Small Block Chevys with HEI and are routed under the headers.
Learn how to properly attach new spark plug terminals and boots by reading our tech article. How to Install Spark Plug Wire Ends.
NotesRun wire below header/exhaust manifold.
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