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In this video, we use MSD's own tester to compare our Granatelli Wires to other popular / most commonly used competitors and show WHY Granatelli remains the king in the industry. Granatelli ignition wires test vs. Magnacore, Mallory, MSD super conductor 8.8., Moroso blue max, Accel 300+, and Taylor.

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Ok.... So, your title is a bit misleading with the link you provide.

1) You didn't change just "wires".... You changes Wires and Coils
2) I'd like to know how many pulls you did with the stock plugs and with the Granatelli
3) Just out of curiosity, how much lapped between pulls
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Ok.... So, your title is a bit misleading with the link you provide.

1) You didn't change just "wires".... You changes Wires and Coils
2) I'd like to know how many pulls you did with the stock plugs and with the Granatelli
3) Just out of curiosity, how much lapped between pulls
well on the C7 kgspider we did do both
We did 3 stock 3 after tests
They where all back to back
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actually that's pretty awesome, I did not know the stock wires had that much resistance. And for those of you doubting ..... more power to the plug means more complete combustion from a better flame front arc, the reason why everyone since fred flintstone has improved their ignitions to HEI or looked for better spark plugs. Not all gas gets used in the combustion process and using more makes more power.....fact. Amongst the other things I am doing...installing a vmax this week, and fluidampr udp next month, I am going to get me some wires, and I betcha they most likely gain more than either of those only I cannot just dyno at will it costs money, and better parts do cost money, and better insulated less resistance wires is something I always have done on my builds for decades for insurance and for performance. I will be above the 500 rwhp naturally aspirated I want.

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No, aftermarket coils will have no affect on performance with a stock or bolt-on car. You may see some improvement with a highly modded car...I'm talking boost with cam and headers. But otherwise no. As long as these have been out there has never been an independent 3rd party tester to prove the gains on a stock or bolt-on car. Not knocking Granatelli, but this is a load of crap. The stock coils and plugs are absolutely fine even up to around 700 rwhp.

If anyone doubts what I'm saying, lets put it to a test. I will buy a set, take my car to a dyno, dyno it 3 times with the stock coils, then replace the stock coils with the Granatelli coils, and dyno it 3 times with the Granatellis. If the HP/TQ does not change by a realistic and significant amount, then you pay for the coils and the dyno time. If it does change, then I'll buy you a set. How about it?

Granatelli Sales, if I buy your coils and do not get any change in hp/tq, would you be willing to either take your coils and packs back, refund my money, and pay for my dyno time or let me keep the coils and and packs and give me my money back for them? If they do increase hp/tq, I'll record the entire process and post the video as an independent 3rd party tester on Camaro5, Youtube, and here. Serious offer here.

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No, aftermarket coils will have no affect on performance with a stock or bolt-on car. You may see some improvement with a highly modded car...I'm talking boost with cam and headers. But otherwise no. As long as these have been out there has never been an independent 3rd party tester to prove the gains on a stock or bolt-on car. Not knocking Granatelli, but this is a load of crap. The stock coils and plugs are absolutely fine even up to around 700 rwhp.

If anyone doubts what I'm saying, lets put it to a test. I will buy a set, take my car to a dyno, dyno it 3 times with the stock coils, then replace the stock coils with the Granatelli coils, and dyno it 3 times with the Granatellis. If the HP/TQ does not change by a realistic and significant amount, then you pay for the coils and the dyno time. If it does change, then I'll buy you a set. How about it?

Granatelli Sales, if I buy your coils and do not get any change in hp/tq, would you be willing to either take your coils and packs back, refund my money, and pay for my dyno time or let me keep the coils and and packs and give me my money back for them? If they do increase hp/tq, I'll record the entire process and post the video as an independent 3rd party tester on Camaro5, Youtube, and here. Serious offer here.
**** it Chapel.... You beat me too it man!!! LOL

I was curious about the same thing.... My 2002 SLP SS is bone stock, completely unmolested and I was wondering if i would gain anything at all out of my LS1. I would be more than willing to try them out under your terms. It would be interesting.... But, I'm not going to pay that much money for coils and wires for absolutely no gains.
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