Refreshes Your Mustang's Distributor With New Cap, Rotor, Plugs & Wires
Quality Motorcraft Components
Fits 83-95 Ford Mustang 5.0/5.8L
What's in the Box
(1)Set of Plug Wires
Keep your 87-93 Fox Body Mustang 5.0 all Motorcraft for factory performance & quality. We assembled this ignition system tune up kit to fill the needs & get your 5.0 Mustang running right! A new distributor cap, rotor, set of plugs & spark plug wires is just what your Mustang needs to bring it back to life and keep factory performance alive.
Follow along in the video as Jmac shows you just how easy it is to upgrade the spark plug wires in your Fox Body Mustang.
Are your Mustang Spark Plug Wires cracked and worn? Look no further than the Performance Distributors Livewire Plug Wires. Not only will you see an increase in performance but you can see improvements in fuel economy as well. They are a great way to finish off any ignition system upgrade.
SAVE TIME AND MONEY BY PURCHASING THE PDI MUSTANG IGNITION SYSTEM UPGRADE KIT: Features: * Mustang Livewire Plugwires * Mustang Screamin Demon Ignition Coil * Mustang Hot Forged Aluminum Distributor * Mustang Wire Looms by Taylor
SPEAKER 1: The Performance Distributors LiveWires are an excellent addition to the Hot Forge Distributor and the Screamin' Demon coil, because they'll get all that extra spark energy to the spark plug. They feature a very low resistance, about 300 to 350 ohms per foot. They're spiral-wound so you don't end up with any radio interference.
They have heat-shrinked ends to keep the moisture out of the boots, a heat braid that is a good up to about 1,400 degrees, and they're also cut to length and numbered for each cylinder, making them the best plug wire for your Mustang.
Replacing your spark plug wires is very simple and doesn't require a whole lot of thought. However, I do want to point out a couple of things that you want to keep in mind-- namely, the firing order and then how to remove the spark plug wires from the spark plugs.
Now starting on the passenger side, at the front, you have cylinder number one. Then two, three, and at the back is number four. Then moving over to the driver's side, you've got cylinder number five at the front, and six, seven, and number 8 is at the very back next to the firewall. Now on top of the cap, the firing order is one, three, seven, two, six, five, four, and eight. The coil is in the center. Now to remove your spark plug wire, it would be easier to give the boot a twist and then pull it away.
Now these Performance Distributors LiveWires fit great and didn't take long to install. Now when changing out spark plug wires, it's a great time to go ahead and change out your spark plugs. Now for more ignition components for your Mustang, check out latemodelrestoration.com
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