Wire sets are wire sets, there is a range of quality obviously but the fancy shielded bla bla sets are all hype. Just buy a good silicone 8mm set and be happy. Me, I run a $40.00 set made for a Chevy engine with all 90deg spark plug boots, tossed out the plastic plug spacer (just more to go wrong), cut to length and re-used the old distributor end connector and boot. Oh and they're red to match the car!



Mark Grasser

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928 wire sets are not standard silicone 8mm sets...

Standard USA sets are resistance "wire" - usually a graphite-impregnated fiberglass string, with about 2-3KOhms per foot of wire.

928 wires are wire, with a tiny fraction of an Ohm per foot, and a resistor built into the plug connector.

The cheap USA wires will sorta work, but don't match the Porsche specs very well.

Wally Plumley
928 Specialists
www.928gt.com

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Wally,
You sound a little like a sales person this morning. I will admit I didn't know they were solid wire with the resistor in the plastic plug connector but which is better, a wire that then connects to a plastic adapter and then the plug or a wire that connects strait to the plug for one fourth the price? And then you go and call them "cheap" USA wires. Knowing what I know today are you sure those Porsche wires aren't made right next to the cheap USA wires in the Gaungdong factory?

Mark