New Prestolite Tuner Series Wire Sets Increase Power to the Plug

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Prestolite Wire Corporation has introduced its new Tuner Series Wire Sets for the sport compact performance/tuner market. Prestolite’s exclusive design offers lower electrical resistance, allowing Tuner Series sets to provide up to 22% more Millijoules of energy to the spark plug when compared to OEM carbon core or wire wound products. The advanced polymers and manufacturing techniques used on all Tuner Series cable jackets also serve as barriers to water intrusion, allowing the wire sets to hold a charge in a wet environment and yielding more power for better start-ups and smoother idling.

Prestolite’s proprietary design lowers RFI electrical emissions, minimizing interference with the sensitive electronics and high performance entertainment systems preferred by tuner enthusiasts.

All Tuner Series Wire Sets feature a Kevlar reinforced core, a proprietary-formulated Ferrite layer and a reinforcing member for added strength. Their SAE J2031 Class F silicone jacket is designed to withstand heat, cold, chemicals, moisture and electrical interference. They offer Original Equipment fit and function, with enhanced performance to exceed OE/OES specifications.

Prestolite offers Tuner Series Wire Sets for all popular makes and models, and is the only high performance wire set program that is solely focused on the sport compact performance market. For complete information, contact the Prestolite Wire Corporation’s Automotive Aftermarket Products’ Customer Service Group, 330 Southwell Blvd., Tifton, GA 31794.

Ph: 1-877-WIRESET, or visit their web site at:

About Prestolite Wire Corporation

Prestolite Wire Corporation has been a leading supplier of automotive ignition wiring products since 1911. Today, Prestolite has grown to be one of the world's largest automotive OE and aftermarket suppliers of ignition wire sets, battery cables, specialty harnesses, automotive primary wire, multi-conductor cable, welding cable, and general industrial cable.


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