I have started getting things together for use on the engine area of the speedster project. I bought these a few years ago because I thought they were neat and different. When you slide the cap onto the spark plug wire, and then push the wire as far as you can onto the pointed stud, and then tighten the cap down, they are very tight and secure. I can not pull the wire back out no matter how hard I try. (within reason and not breaking something). So it appears to be a good design. I was just wondering if anyone has used these before or know what they are called. I think I will use them with the pink "Polonium" radioactive spark plugs. Thanks to fellow forum member Erich Bruckner I now have a set of four of the "Polonium" plugs to use. Thanks Erich.... have fun and be safe, Donnie Brown ....
Neat, but I think you need purple glow-in-the-dark wires to go with those plugs!
David, I guess I could get some of the "tracer spark plug wires" They are clear with a red tint. When the spark plug fires they light up from end to end. Similar to a Christmas light string. They come in different color tints, so they may be available in pink/magenta. Its dangerous to make suggestions like that to me, It gets my "warped" brain started to thinking ... and then strange things happen ...
They look similar to, but not quite identical to the old hot rod "Rajah" terminals. You might try checking with Speedway Motors, or this site:
Mark, Thanks for the link. I may use some of the Rajah nickel plated terminals for the magneto end of the wires.
Why do think I make such suggestions!!
Heh Heh Heh!