Well, first and foremost a couple members have asked if I have any spare good wires, which I don't, but I think I have enough parts to build a set or two once I buy some bulk copper wire. That being said I work at an auto parts store and have been looking through some books and found that some "coil on plug" boots look similar, even with an area to seal to the top of the valve cover, but do not have the 90 degree turn on top. I've considered doing some comparison or experimentation of creating some new plug boots and wires using those, but a resistor would be out of the question at that point, so either a resistor plug or a carbon resistor spark plug wire of some kind (which we have in bulk) would need to be used to replace the resistance created by the missing resistor in the plug cap, at least on the CX models I would think as the ignition is a little more touchy.
I guess my mind was wandering a bit on the CX thought, forgot they were part of the coil. Anyway, this all started with the fact that I've got a few spare used boots around and some carbon resistor wire at work. I've ordered some copper, but was pondering the use of the carbon resistor wire for making GL plug wires.
Nothing can beat Magnecor wire - absolutely nothing. 30+ years of winning racing history proves that. Looks like they may have our connectors too or with a little persuasion will order in a pile if enough inquiries are made. They're nice people and everything is hand made to spec.
I'm not saying you have to buy them but read carefully through their ENTIRE website if you like to learn things.
You may be in for a shock as these people tell 100% truth, not fictional advertising.
I use the blue ones on my cars. Had them almost right up against the headers on my Pace Car without any insulation and despite red (almost white) hot exhaust tubes after many runs it didn't bother them.