Currently, there is no acceptable plug wire available for these cars.
I have found a solution that provides us what I believe is the best possible plug wire for a performance/street or race application, or even for a daily driver.
The wire I have chosen is a 10 mm wire with a 100% silicone jacket and a stainless steel (highly wound) winding. capable of withstanding 700*F sustained or 1200*F for 3 minutes.
Prices could be a bit less if the community moves towards the 8.5 mm wire, which is the same conductor, with a thinner silicone jacket which can withstand 600*F sustained or 1000*F for 3 minutes. Also, the 1 piece pure silicone jacket makes it possible to fit these in the factory wire separators with out damaging the conductor like would happen with other brands. But I feel the extra insulation necessary since the proximity of our plug wires to the supercharger.
The conductor itself will be able transmit significantly more energy than stock, require less coil voltage to fire the plug, and could conceivably out last your car. Because of their construction they are both STRONGER and MORE FLEXIBLE than other solutions.
The sets will be manufactured by the manufacture as the cost of the materials VS having them make the sets is so marginal that I determined it better to have them do it, so you don't need to worry yourself with anything in the regard of the quality of the assembly.
After consideration i would tentatively release the following prices:
20+ Orders, 130$
50+ Orders, 120$
(subject to change)
does not include wire separators or coolsox. but includes shipping.
You WILL need to provide a looming solution which keeps the wires separated and away from the engine as much as possible. (This is how ANY plug wire should be installed, but the manufacture was clear they did not want to see wires come back because they were improperly routed.) I recommend Coolsox boots in your installation especially in applications with headers/tubular manifolds or turbochargers, however the manufactures says they should be fine with out them.
Properly installed and maintained these would be the last plug wires you ever buy.
What I would like to do is start a list of 20. If it moves at a good pace, we will go to 50.
Once we reach the order amount, I will dispatch an email and people on the list will have 48 hours to send payment. People who did not get in on time will be notified. Those who do not pay with in 48 hours will be replaced with people who did not make the first batch. If people get bumped the "back up people" will have 24 hours to pay. I'll place the order with the company and will then receive the wires and then ship them to their final destination myself. If a significant amount of people do NOT pay (lets say, 20-25%), I will return peoples money to them, sans paypal fees if they pay with a credit card. I will have 2 addresses to use, one for payments with and one with out a CC. If only a few people fail to pay, I will either attempt to work out a deal with the manufacture or pay for the remainder of sets my self and then they will be available at a marked up price to whomever wants them.
The current list:
97 park ave
PLEASE CONTACT ME WITH PM WITH YOUR EMAIL / SHIPPING INFO.
First 20 will receive 20 piece price, if we are able to reach 50, we will be able to get a slightly better price.
If everyone would commit to buying wire separators and coolsox I could also likely get those at volume a discount as well.
*edit: I can get coolsox in quantities of 16 or 33 sets, for an additional cost of ~27$ per set shipped (quantity of 6 coolsox). When I bought mine they were 36+tax & SH