Spark Plug Wires for 98 Civic DX

Any thoughts on which brand of wires are the best? What difference would new performance wires make? Thanks.

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Do you have a distributor? If so, and if the wires' resistance is too low, you will eventually wreck your coil. I do not know if this holds true for a non-distributor system.
You will see zero performance advantage by using aftermarket wires on an engine with the stock compression ratio. Other than a possible saving of a few bucks, which may be offset by shorter life of other secondary components.
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"Spurr" wrote: > Any thoughts on which brand of wires are the best? What > difference would new > performance wires make? Thanks.
Honda’s don’t like aftermarket ignition parts. Only Honda, NGK, or Denso parts are good.
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i have apc plug wires on my older civic and it's running great. i also am using denso irridium spark plugs which makes a big difference. my engine runs alot smoother since i installed them. i prefer the apc plug wires over stock ones. they're better for no loss of voltage and no interference with your stereo which can be a problem with stock plug wires.
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