In this how to tutorial video, Todd walks you through the world of making your own custom spark plug wires for your motorcycle. We carry a wide array of clothed spark plug wire and give the choice of a large selection of color options that we sell by the foot and or in a kit form. Our kits include your choice of 90 degree boots or straight boots for your spark plugs, the corresponding 90 degree or straight metal connectors, coil boots and connectors, plus 3 feet of wire in your desired color in 7mm stranded copper core or 8mm suppressor core. Learn the differences between 7mm and 8mm, along with how to install 90 degree boots / connectors for spark plugs, straight boots / connectors for spark plugs, and coil boots and connectors for your coil.
Making your own spark plug wires can be extremely fun and can take your customization of your motorcycle to the next level. These kits work for a wide variety of motorcycles including Harley-Davidson, Triumph, Bsa, Norton, and can even work for hot rods. So get out those wire cutters and crimpers, let's make some new spark plug wires together, for your custom machine!
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00:01 - Intro
00:18 - What's new with our Lowbrow Customs Spark Plug kits?
00:51 - Differences between 7mm and 8mm. What do you need to use for your motorcycle ignition?
02:29 - Stripping the housing off of 7mm and 8mm to get a better look at the difference of the wires inside.
04:20 - What comes in the kits Todd?
06:02 - Installing a 90 degree boot and 90 degree connector for a spark plug onto an 8mm spark plug wire (same methods apply for 7mm).
11:00 - Testing connection with spark plug and your newly made 90 degree end. 11:31 - Installing a coil boot and connector onto an 8mm spark plug wire (Same methods apply for 7mm).
13:04 - Plugging the coil connector end to a Triumph coil to show how it connects properly.
13:50 - Installing a straight boot and straight connector for a spark plug onto a 7mm spark plug wire (Same methods apply for 8mm)
17:08 - Testing connection with spark plug and your newly made straight end. 18:00 - Outro!
18:30 - Todd goes for a ride!