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Old 08-24-2005, 02:26 AM
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Default RE: Spark Plug Wires Hooked Up Wrong? (Pics inside)

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ORIGINAL: maddawg

nice pic i want to put colored wires on mine
Who cares what color they are. As long as theyre MSD or Nology wires.
Actually, ignition is one of Honda's strong points. From what I have read, the stock igniton should be good to ~ 400Hp.

You would definitely know if your wires were out of order. It would run like ***. The cylinders fire 1+4 and 2+3, so those points need to be across from one another on the cap so that the rotor hits those contacts together since it's shaped like a "T"
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