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Fifth Gear
Posts: 1653

« on: January 25, 2013, 12:38:40 PM »

Ok so i finally bit and upgraded to the Magnecors.
I honestly was not expecting anykind of improvement...and man was i wrong!
The idling in my car is unbelievably smooth and the acceleration is even smoother.
I dont know if the old wires were bad or if these Magnecors are just that much better.
But I really like it.  Smiley

Previous MSM: 2004 TI; FM LE; Falken FK452s

Current MSM: GT Mica;
SUSPENSION/TRANSMISSION: 215/45/17 Pilot Super Sports; Tein Street Advance Coilovers; FM Happy Meal Level 1 System; GarageStar door bushings; MR short shifter
ENGINE: FM Wiseco Pistons; Carrillo A rods; ARP studs; ATI Super Damper; Mazdaspeed competition motor mounts; oversized intake valves, oversized Inconel exhaust valves, ACL Race bearings , FM valve springs; 700CC Deatschwerks injectors:  NGK plugs; Magnecor 8.5s .
PERFORMANCE UPGRADES: Upgraded Blouche turbo, FM Intake, FM full Exhaust, FM Intercooler
ECU: Hydra 2.7
MISCELLANEOUS:  Autometer Boost Gauge; Audiovox CCS-100 cruise control, Motorcraft transmission fluid, Mobil 1 differential fluid, Castrol Platinum Synthetic Motor oil.

WHP: 256 @ 6141 rpm
TORQUE (lb/ft): 267.0 @ 4105 rpm
BOOST (PSI): 15.46 @ 4120 rpm
                     14.00 @ 3750 rpm

My MSM: Street...with attitude. Smiley
Fifth Gear
Posts: 2458

« Reply #1 on: January 25, 2013, 04:49:02 PM »

Surprisingly I got the same results from the moss motors wires I bought on impulse because they were on sale.

First Gear
Posts: 31

« Reply #2 on: April 29, 2013, 06:44:48 PM »

might need to grab this soon
Fourth Gear
Posts: 437

2004 VR GT

« Reply #3 on: April 29, 2013, 07:20:30 PM »

I have to admit I wished for the same effect from new NGK wires and plugs  ...but alas, idle was about the same as before.

#2202 created 3-30-2004 JM1NB354740407347
FM crossflow radiator, Joe's Intake/MAF Relocation, fab9 intercooler, Osidetiger 330 injectors, FM downpipe/midpipe/exhaust, FM Happy Meal (Level 1 clutch kit w/ 10.3 lb flywheel), SS clutch line (949), Miata Roadster SSK, Kosei K4R 15x8, BFG Rival 225/45, '95MSM boost gauge install (SpeedHut in place of oil pressure gauge), Oil pressure warning light, Linear temp gauge mod, independent foglights, cowl mounted washer bottle.
Fifth Gear
Posts: 1731

« Reply #4 on: June 12, 2013, 07:30:15 PM »

Great,  magnecore kool aid is what I will go with then...

formerly hiddenmazda... Thanks to Gary, I'm not hidden anymore!
2005 MSM #1153 a.k.a Blackout
konig feathers Black 12.4lbs/205/50/15 kumho asx/custom 3" Enthuza XR/custom 2.5" - 3" enthuza midpipe/black razr grill from the grill guy/20% tint all around including windshield/sun visor delete/cool breeze scoop/"baby Teeth" delete/Dragon tattoos (from the 3 trips to MATG 13,14,and 15)/drilled and slotted rotors/PBR/Axxis Metal Master(XBG)/black decepticon tire valves/FMDP/Mako Shark Teeth/plastidip blacked out emblems, Joe's Maf reloc kit+MBC, fab9 COPs, eBay FMIC, carbonmiata silicon hoses, led foglights, aux in mod. FM stage2 fans, Koyo 37mm radiator. CHEVYSPEED-MSM/W LSX V8 (1 DAY)
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Fifth Gear
Posts: 2933

Soviet Stig

« Reply #5 on: June 12, 2013, 07:51:14 PM »

Much of people's improvements might just be from replacing old wires with new wires as I did on my Civic and felt a huge improvement. I'd like to see how much more they can really handle. I run a set too, but for high power its likely better to go with 4 coilpacks if you can control them.

2004 Mazdaspeed Miata #2373 - 328whp and 308wtq/ 2500lbs
ARTech, EFR6258, XIDA, Maxxis RC-1, 3.63 R&P
Fifth Gear
Posts: 2458

« Reply #6 on: November 26, 2013, 08:56:33 AM »

Sorry for reviving this, but I believe this update was worth it.  Back in July, the cobalt wires left me stranded, the reason was obvious

The lifetime warranty came through for me, and I've been running the replacements since (but keep the stocks in the trunk now).  Looking at the failed set, they were a little warped since they never sat perfectly flush.

VT Bubba
Second Gear
Posts: 64

« Reply #7 on: January 08, 2015, 08:05:10 PM »

Hi Guy's,

I'm looking to upgrade my wires as part of this winters service on my 2004 MSM, which just received the FM LE upgrades.   Lot's of positive comments on the Magnecor wires and the Begi Wire Kits (Great Value). 

My questions are :
1) Looks like Magnecor only supplies the two wires, and not the 2 COP boots ? 
      - What do you Magnecor fans do about the 2 Cop Boots ?
2) Are the OEM Wires and Boots NGK or Denso ? 
      - It looks like Denso has both the 2-wires and the 2 cop boots for the 04 MSM.
3) Any other suggestions on plug wires and COP Boots for a 2004 MSM ?

Thanks !


2004 MSM #1436, Velocity Red, GT, FM LE, Ebay Intercooler, 3.636 RP gears, stock 265cc injectors (Bosch DRI 330cc injectors never worked in this car).
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