Ford Crossflow Performance Double Silicone HT Leads 8mm Black

£17.95

L14Black - Ford Crossflow Performance Double Silicone HT Leads 8mm Black

Set of high performance 4 cylinder HT leads to suit Ford Crossflow engines.

In 1967 the Ford Kent engine had a redesign to feature a cross-flow type cylinder head, and adopted it’s new alternative name of Crossflow.

The Ford Crossflow engine powered iconic Ford classic cars from 1967 until around 1993. The Crossflow engine was also used by Caterham, Morgan, TVR and Renault, as well as being one of the most popular kit car transplant engines of all time.

Ford Cortina MK2 1300cc, 1600cc
Ford Cortina MK3 1300cc, 1600cc
Ford Cortina MK4 1300cc, 1600cc
Ford Cortina MK5 1300cc, 1600cc

Ford Capri MK2 1300cc, 1600cc
Ford Capri MK3 1300cc

Ford Escort MK1 1100cc, 1300cc, 1600cc
Ford Escort MK2 1100cc, 1300cc, 1600cc

Ford Fiesta MK1 1300cc, 1600cc

Ford Sierra 1600cc (South Africa Only)

Caterham 7 Series 4 (1973-74)
Caterham 7 Series 3 1300 GT (1975)
Caterham 7 Series 3 1600 GT (1975-92)
Caterham 7 1600 Sprint (1980-82)
Caterham 7 Silver Jubilee (1981-83)
Caterham 7 GTS (1992)
Caterham 7 Classic (1992-98)

Morgan 4/4 (1968-93)

Renault Anadol (1968-84)

TVR Vixen (1967-73) 
TVR M Series (1972-79)

About Powerspark HT Leads:

Our HT leads use double silicone insulation surrounding a carbon ferroflex core for maximum spark transfer and minimal power loss. This combination gives you a strong, reliable, long lasting HT lead that’s perfect for use with electronic ignition. These HT leads are resistant to temperature, water, oil and chemical degradation. They meet ISO 3808 quality standard.

Key Points:

- UK made HT Lead
- Double silicone outer with highly conductive carbon ferroflex core
- Extremely strong and durable
- Ideal for use with electronic ignition


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  • Model: L14black
  • Shipping Weight: 0.4kgs
  • 124 Units in Stock

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