So what was the point of the exercise if you read the highlighted red from their article? None. tehre was no point. TPR compared resistance. Big whoop. Even the TPR guys know it and said it. Read the red bolded sentence THEY wrote.Resistance versus Performance
There is a great perception in the performance community that the lower the measured resistance of a wire than the higher the performance that the wire will deliver. As the results of our test show, this is not a true statement. The performance output of the engine was not a direct function of spark plug wire resistance. In fact, the used stock wire with the highest resistance outperformed one of the lower-resistance aftermarket wires. The bottom line is that spark plug wire resistance is really a marketing tool rather than a purchasing consideration.
voltage controls spark intensity, not amperage. the amperage is actually pretty low in the secondary side of the ignition system.cluelessmale on Mar/18/04 said:The MSD have the least resistance, which would means more Amps for the spark.