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2kSnakEater
08-25-2006, 10:12 PM
I have to buy new plug wires for the All-Trac, post up (with links) the ones you think are the best for my 92 All-Trac.

angryyoungnpoor
08-25-2006, 10:31 PM
Uh.. OEM. derr.

2kSnakEater
08-25-2006, 10:34 PM
can you post up a part number? I need all 4 and I wanted better than OEM, Im looking at these bosch ones, they look good and I know bosch is a good brand.

david in germany
08-25-2006, 10:38 PM
As long as you are not runnung Bosch plugs.. I have run Bosch plugs in my 4runner and celica and both ran like crapola with them.. stick with NGK or the likes for plugs, your care will appreciate it.

2kSnakEater
08-25-2006, 10:40 PM
I have NGK copper plugs, they are new but I see that the All-Trac has 5SFE plug wires and the plug wires sit on the plug, but the upper section doesnt seal against the valve cover.

david in germany
08-25-2006, 10:42 PM
I also second the comment about stock wires. OEM is good stuff.

2kSnakEater
08-25-2006, 10:46 PM
thats great and all but without a PN for all 4 I cant buy them! oh and they better be in the $50 or less range or I will not be going OEM.

Lagos
08-25-2006, 10:46 PM
oem is the way to got for the 3sgte and probably the cheapest too.

2kSnakEater
08-25-2006, 10:53 PM
Pn 9091921524 $89.00 - Sun Toyota


-----------------MSRP---core---1st toyota Price
9091921524 $81.44 $0.00 $58.64
Electrical - Ignition system - Cable set
CABLE SET, Celica, w/Turbo 1992 - 1993

2kSnakEater
08-25-2006, 10:56 PM
so, can somebody please tell me why OEM is so much better than After Market?

saved_1992
08-25-2006, 11:14 PM
go ahead and get aftermarket wires then pull them off the plugs acouple of times, then you will know at least one good reason to buy oem.

like i tell my kids "because i said so"

Lagos
08-25-2006, 11:17 PM
order them online through partznet, i think they are only 62bucks there.
http://conicellitoyota.com/partznet.aspx

they are better because they are quality wires, and have been proven time and time again to be realiable even on highly modified 3sgte's.

Luni
08-26-2006, 12:20 AM
I dont know why theyre better, but someone has already done the work for you. OEM is the best in its class. Not even Nology Hotwires have really been proven to be more reliable.

Call Todd at Fort Wayne Toyota 2604364567 and ask for toyota parts, when parts answers, ask for todd.

He gives us all at celicatech a good deal. Just tell him Luni told you to give him a call.

He doesnt need part numbers. Just tell him what you need and hes GOOD. he knows his shit with toyota parts.

alltracman78
08-26-2006, 01:15 AM
I wanted better than OEM, Im looking at these bosch ones, they look good and I know bosch is a good brand.

:SLAPITYSLAPSLAP:

Bosch is NEVER better than OEM for Toyota.

Never, never, never, never.
Say it in your head with me.
NEVER.

Although, interestingly enough, Toyota uses Bosch ABS actuators on SOME newer models. I think Denso can't keep up with the current demand.

TRD wires for the MR2 are very nice as well. You have to cut the "handle" off the tops though if you still have a TMIC.

And just so you know, the difference in the pre and post wires/cap is the plastic lock that holds the wires to the cap.
They need to be a matched set. As long as they are, you can use either version.

2kSnakEater
08-26-2006, 02:24 AM
thanks Luni, Il give him a call tommorow. Looks like OEM won again! whats the price on those TRDs? Id love to rock those and just tape that little handle down until I get a fmic thats really the ones I wanted but I didnt know who made them, thanks AllTracman!

Custom_Celica
08-26-2006, 02:56 AM
2ksnakeater where u located? i just bought OEM wires for my GTS $109 cdn SUN toyota

Azzazzyn
08-26-2006, 03:00 AM
yeah, i went oem with my plugs wires cap and rotor, costed me like 150ish

alltracman78
08-26-2006, 03:28 AM
2ksnakeater where u located? i just bought OEM wires for my GTS $109 cdn SUN toyota

5SFE wires are different than 3SGTE wires.....
So are 3SGE I believe.

The handles on the TRD wires won't fit even taped down. You wil have to cut them. No biggie.

They ran me $113 or so several years ago.
I got them from a discount dealer in Fl. Gettel Toyota.

2kSnakEater
08-26-2006, 03:57 AM
lol, thats my problem right now I have the 5SFE wires and thought they work fine, they dont seal the valve cover like they should. Also Im located in good ol New Port Richey Florida, 15 miles away from Sunny Cleawater Beach! and 4 miles away from the beautifull gulf coast. Boat will defenetly be my next toy.

celica9303
08-26-2006, 06:15 AM
what about accell? they seem to work good on my 5s, and i hear Magnacore makes awsome wires too, um.... or nology hotwires but i am just giving suggestions on different brands i know are out there.

85gtsblackman
08-26-2006, 08:09 PM
ive never had a problem with ngk wires


i get mine from the nopi online store

cept the ones on the 3rd gen i got those from dynamic73 :bigthumbu

alltracman78
08-26-2006, 10:31 PM
Well, NGK/Denso are just as good.
NGK isn't technically OEM, but it's equal.

And they don't make wires for the 3SGTE.

Custom_Celica
08-27-2006, 01:14 AM
the ones i bought are square rotor caps, and the old ones were round rotor caps . . . does that matter? they seal correctly and everything

GlHlOST
08-27-2006, 06:25 PM
where can I find some denso wires for my 3sgte? (stupid ? i know)

Speedy2k
08-27-2006, 07:19 PM
Well, NGK/Denso are just as good.
NGK isn't technically OEM, but it's equal.

And they don't make wires for the 3SGTE.

Correction NGK does make wires for the 3SGTE.

1992-1993 3SGTE
WIRE SETS

Part No.
RC-TX69

Stock No.
4445


1990-1991 3SGTE
WIRE SETS

Part No.
RC-TX14

Stock No.
9770

alltracman78
08-27-2006, 09:07 PM
Hm.
I stand corrected.
I just double checked on NGKs website.
:shrug:

Maybe they just recently started making them.
Last time I checked the site [last spring I believe] they had nothing listed for the Alltrac.


Good to know. :)

alltracman78
08-27-2006, 09:08 PM
where can I find some denso wires for my 3sgte? (stupid ? i know)

Well, considering Denso is OEM, I would guess Toyota maybe?