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changing plugs and wires.

This is a discussion on changing plugs and wires. within the General Help forums, part of the LSx Technical Help Section category; Originally Posted by ss~zoso~ss 150$ including those plugs, and Bosch wires installed never mind that bullshit, those fucks didnt know ...

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    Quote Originally Posted by ss~zoso~ss View Post
    150$ including those plugs, and Bosch wires installed
    never mind that bullshit, those fucks didnt know their ass from their elbow, i'm doin it myself

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sweet Lou View Post
    meager price of 100 dollars
    Do you have an Autozone nearby? Check with the local autoparts stores and see if they will read codes. Alot of autoparts stores will read your codes for free.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ss~zoso~ss View Post
    never mind that bullshit, those fucks didnt know their ass from their elbow, i'm doin it myself

    I was gonna say....


    That sounds really cheap for the wires+Bosch 4's (was that what the link went to?).


    The plugs alone would run about $60 or so. Not including the wire set.






    lol, thank god for my Kragen 25% discount! Makes LS1 parts seem halfway reasonable.

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    be glad your not trying to change them on an lt1, haha. let us know how it turns out

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    I changed mine myself in about 2.5 hours (about 2 hours on passenger side and several nicks and scratches from it...driver side is a breeze). I replaced the stock wires with 8.5mm Magnecor wires and replaced the stock Denso iridiums with E3 plugs. I am pleased with their performance.

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