Put a better coil wire on. They usually screw off. If not it will break. I usually carefully pick the rest out with a dental pick. Ive heard acytone will melt the glue that holds it in. I havent tried that yet.There will be a screw coming out of the coil. In the center of where the old wire was.You screw the new wire onto that. then a bead of silicon and some heat shrink. I used msd 8.8mm copper core. That and an Ngk sparklug. Youre good to go. I would check the air gap between the coil and flywheel also. Its supposed to be 0.020". Good luck and let us know how it works for you.
The last wire you asked about has a resister in it. Ive been told thats bad.
No dont use copper stranded core........Copper core builds resistance as the wire heats up and the rpms build...........Ok so a wire with NO EMI or RFI supression is fine to use?
All we want is a solid copper core conductor wire correct?
And the lower the resistance the better?