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Autolite 3923 spark plugs are slightly shorter in length and are one step colder than OEM plugs - this means that their spark isn't quite as hot, which will lead to less detonation in hot weather or under heavy load. Some parts stores will try to give you crap over the selection because they aren't OEM style, but a lot of people use them just fine.
 

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I alway run OEM plugs, with either Taylor or MSD wires. You can not go wrong with the OEM plugs.
 

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MoparDrvnFiremn said:
I was looking at the MSD Cap & the 8.5 mm wires anyone tried these yet? I like bigger :biggthump
the MSD cap will do good, IIRC the NAPA, Accell and MSD are all made by the same mfg.

as for 8.5`s, bigger is not always better. with a stock ignition wont get much outa them. sta with a set of 8mm Taylors or MSD`s.
 

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Eh, get some Champion plug wires from Napa. They are wicked 8mm with the BEST DESIGN I have ever seen. They have a LARGE Silicon boot, with a ceremic insolator end... I can't really explain it, but ask to see a set, and you'll know what I mean.

They don't list them for the newer Dakotas (atleast they didn't used to) but ask for a set for a 93 318 Dak, I had em on my pop's 98 360 Ram along with every Dakota I've ever owned. Best plug wires I've ever run!

Make sure you get BRASS cap n rotor and you'll be fine. Of course Napa is the best, cause I work there :wave:

Autolite 3924s are the deallly in Magnum motors. Everyone runs em, and I've never heard a bad thing about em! Get em!
 
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