Hey fellas I have a question about the length of the spark plug leads. I have one bad wire that is burnt. It is the one going to the #2 cylinder. I looked into getting a new set and the dealers are crazy! They don't sell them by the set. They sell them by the wire. Depending on what cylinder they are going to. The prices range from $125 all the way up to $185 for each wire. There is NO WAY I'm gonna pay that. The type wires that are on my car are Bosch. I looked every were for them and can't find squat. SO I'm thinking of rewiring the one plug lead using the remaining good section of wire. I managed to get the wires out of the boots on both ends. It was pretty easy to get the wires out. All you have to do is, hold the wire close to the boot, then turn the boot counter clockwise. You can feel the wire coming loose, they kind of screw into place. Then after it is loose lightly pull it out. The same for the end going to the coil. I was able to get the old connector off the wire, but I can't get the crimped part of the connector opened yet to try and reuse it again. I clipped off the bad part, and I have enough wire to go from the coil to the plug. The boot extention and the connector to the coil is still good. If I can find this stuff it will help us all save a big amount of money. The only things that you really need for the rewire is, the wire itself and the little connectors that they use. The one thing that is unique is, the seals on the boot and the extention. There are three under the boot, and five on the extention. So you really get a very good seal not to allow moisture into the spark plug hole. Other than that, after taking this thing apart, I can tell you that there is NOTHING special about these wires. The only reason I can see why Ferrari charges the amount of money that they do, for the wires, is purely for name sake. My question is, does the length of wire need to be the same in order for the spark to travel the same distance to the plug for timing. I only clipped off about 8"-10" wire. Will that make a big difference in the spark travel? Also since the wires are made by Bosch there has to be some sort of rewire kit out there, Maybe in Germany? I truley feel that this can be fixxed very inexpensively. Thanks in advance guys.