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    Quote Originally Posted by popo8 View Post
    I run pace setter long tubes with otvc on the camaro. I have another wire kit ready to install on the TA soon as I get hedders for it as well.

    they look great.are they easier to route.i got 10mm with factory routing and have not installed them yet i hear it sucks!

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    Helluva lot easier to run otvc. My Taylor's don't arc otvc
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    that looks beautiful popo...im jealous

    i'm running some cheap dragon...somethin...40 on ebay...10 mm red.

    this was before headers, but i really didnt change the routing, maybe added a zip tie....notice the nice zip tie wire holders... passenger side isnt nearly as pretty
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    I got sick of OTVC so I went back to stock routing, but I have Kooks. I use MSD 8.5mm stock length and just zip tied them to the factory brackets.
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    Quote Originally Posted by jaysz2893 View Post
    My otvc Taylor's arced bad and even with heat socks i melted a boot. I went with standard routed accel wires with the 90 degree ceramic boots. I put some moroso heat shield tubing on the ones close to the headers. Have had no issues and it looks much cleaner. Also easier to clean under the hood.
    Ditto,
    I think they were the crappiest wire i ever ran. they looked good especially at night.
    I believe what i have now are accel 9000 ceramic im using now which are awesome. They have laid against my headers and not arced or misfired before i adjusted them... er um wraped them around coils to keep them off my headers. I still need dedicated ls1 style wires lol.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Wilburbeest View Post
    I use the MSD 8.5mm Super Conductor cut to fit LT1 kit, OTVC looms, and Taylor Fire Sleeve boot protectors. I don't have any pics handy and my motor is apart, but my setup looks nearly identical to popo's.
    Any pics now?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gassey View Post
    Any pics now?

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    Thank you, @popo8
    @jay97lt1, Taylor makes a custom OTVC kit for us now that has become very popular. We have seen much success with people using them.
    So much so, that Taylor wires are now the only wires I will sell, or use in my own vehicles.

    You can see them here at this link. $149.00, shipping included.
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    Quote Originally Posted by American-Powerhouse View Post
    Thank you, @popo8
    @jay97lt1, Taylor makes a custom OTVC kit for us now that has become very popular. We have seen much success with people using them.
    So much so, that Taylor wires are now the only wires I will sell, or use in my own vehicles.

    You can see them here at this link. $149.00, shipping included.
    http://american-powerhouse.com/produ...alve-cover-kit

    NUI5REYzNTY5NzEwMjcwMDY4Njg6N2ZkMDgwYjBhNTNhZWM4MDJkODIxMjhmNTU4NjY5ZTc6Ojo6OjA=.jpg
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