If you noticed a difference it was because your old wires sucked.91tealgreen said:Just out of curiosity, have you used the Nology to know that you wont get the gains they advertise????
I agree with you, is a matter of what you like. Are they worth it? I dont know, it depends what you consider "worth it" . I noticed the difference when I changed over. I had stock, now I have nology, I can give an opinion because of that.
Well, in my case for whatever the reason was I noticed a difference, I m sorry to hear that you didnt.MR2000GTE said:If you noticed a difference it was because your old wires sucked.
I switched from nology to OEM, and noticed absolutely no difference.
Ignition related "mods" do nothing for the power output of a car unless the old stuff is worn out. So many companies sell performance wires and plugs that do nothing it's not even funny.
I see posts from people that can feel the difference in brands of oil!91tealgreen said:Well, in my case for whatever the reason was I noticed a difference, I m sorry to hear that you didnt.
The wire may not increase power, but depending on the properties of the wires you may or may not loose power. Gold is the best conductor then copper. Also the insulation of the wires play a part on how the electric power goes through it, you might not be getting the amount require to fully spark. Let s just do a dyno with different wires and find out. Or hook up wires to a multimeter and put some current through it and find out.billwot said:I see posts from people that can feel the difference in brands of oil!
Spark plug wires are just electrical conductor, just like the wiring in your house. "Upgrading" the plug wires cannot increase power.