13 Best Automotive Performance Ignition Coil On Plug Boots

List Updated July 2020

Bestselling Automotive Performance Ignition Coil On Plug Boots in 2020


MSD 3301 Spark Plug Wire Boot and Terminal, (Set of 2)

MSD 3301 Spark Plug Wire Boot and Terminal, (Set of 2)
BESTSELLER NO. 1 in 2020
  • Designed for longevity
  • Boots have excellent heat resistance properties
  • Max protection from spark loss
  • Locking dual crimp terminals

Spectra Premium C-688 Coil on Plug

Spectra Premium C-688 Coil on Plug
BESTSELLER NO. 2 in 2020
  • Limited Lifetime Warranty
  • Durability tested at 100 cycles of thermal shock (-50 to 300 degrees Fahrenheit), to ensure reliability from extreme vibration
  • Salt spray tested for 24 hours to ensure sensors provide high corrosion resistance
  • Built to meet or exceed Original Equipment (OE) fit, form and function to ensure proper installation and performance

ACDelco 16010 Professional Coil on Spark Plug Boot

ACDelco 16010 Professional Coil on Spark Plug Boot
BESTSELLER NO. 3 in 2020
  • Weather tight boot seal for protection against moisture intrusion
  • High temperature resistant silicone for protection against thermal overload
  • Stainless steel internal spring with resistor to suppress RFI and deliver maximum voltage to the spark plug
  • Premium, high-quality aftermarket spark plug boot

ACDelco 16002 Professional Coil on Spark Plug Boot

ACDelco 16002 Professional Coil on Spark Plug Boot
BESTSELLER NO. 4 in 2020
  • Weather tight boot seal for protection against moisture intrusion
  • High temperature resistant silicone for protection against thermal overload
  • Stainless steel internal spring with resistor to suppress RFI and deliver maximum voltage to the spark plug
  • Premium, high-quality aftermarket spark plug boot

MSD 3323 Spark Plug Wire Boot and Terminal, (Set of 2)

MSD 3323 Spark Plug Wire Boot and Terminal, (Set of 2)
BESTSELLER NO. 5 in 2020
  • Designed for longevity
  • Great heat resistant properties
  • Max protection from spark loss
  • No MSD logo

NGK CPB-T001 Coil on Plug Boot

NGK CPB-T001 Coil on Plug Boot
BESTSELLER NO. 6 in 2020
  • Original Equipment (OE) design and fit
  • Provides excellent suppression of R.F.I. noise to protect all vehicle electronic components
  • Outstanding durability
  • Built to stringent OEM tolerances
  • Confirm this is the perfect fit for your vehicle using the Part Finder

ACDelco 16126 Professional Coil on Spark Plug Boot with Spring and Flange

ACDelco 16126 Professional Coil on Spark Plug Boot with Spring and Flange
BESTSELLER NO. 7 in 2020
  • Weather tight boot seal for protection against moisture intrusion
  • High temperature resistant silicone for protection against thermal overload
  • Stainless steel internal spring with resistor to suppress RFI and deliver maximum voltage to the spark plug
  • Premium, high-quality aftermarket spark plug boot

Spectra Premium C-500 Coil on Plug

Spectra Premium C-500 Coil on Plug
BESTSELLER NO. 8 in 2020
  • Limited Lifetime Warranty
  • Durability tested at 100 cycles of thermal shock (-50 to 300 degrees Fahrenheit), to ensure reliability from extreme vibration
  • Salt spray tested for 24 hours to ensure sensors provide high corrosion resistance
  • Built to meet or exceed Original Equipment (OE) fit, form and function to ensure proper installation and performance

Spectra Premium C-666 Coil on Plug

Spectra Premium C-666 Coil on Plug
BESTSELLER NO. 9 in 2020
  • Limited Lifetime Warranty
  • Durability tested at 100 cycles of thermal shock (-50 to 300 degrees Fahrenheit), to ensure reliability from extreme vibration
  • Salt spray tested for 24 hours to ensure sensors provide high corrosion resistance
  • Built to meet or exceed Original Equipment (OE) fit, form and function to ensure proper installation and performance

MSD 3311 Spark Plug Wire Boot and Terminal, (Set of 2)

MSD 3311 Spark Plug Wire Boot and Terminal, (Set of 2)
BESTSELLER NO. 10 in 2020
  • Designed for longevity
  • Great heat resistance properties
  • Max protection from spark loss
  • Locking dual crimp terminals

ACDelco 16010 Professional Coil on Spark Plug Boot

ACDelco 16010 Professional Coil on Spark Plug Boot
BESTSELLER NO. 11 in 2020
  • Weather tight boot seal for protection against moisture intrusion
  • High temperature resistant silicone for protection against thermal overload
  • Stainless steel internal spring with resistor to suppress RFI and deliver maximum voltage to the spark plug
  • Premium, high-quality aftermarket spark plug boot

Spectra Premium C-720 Coil on Plug

Spectra Premium C-720 Coil on Plug
BESTSELLER NO. 12 in 2020
  • Limited Lifetime Warranty
  • Durability tested at 100 cycles of thermal shock (-50 to 300 degrees Fahrenheit), to ensure reliability from extreme vibration
  • Salt spray tested for 24 hours to ensure sensors provide high corrosion resistance
  • Built to meet or exceed Original Equipment (OE) fit, form and function to ensure proper installation and performance

Spectra Premium C-694 Coil on Plug

Spectra Premium C-694 Coil on Plug
BESTSELLER NO. 13 in 2020
  • Limited Lifetime Warranty
  • Durability tested at 100 cycles of thermal shock (-50 to 300 degrees Fahrenheit), to ensure reliability from extreme vibration
  • Salt spray tested for 24 hours to ensure sensors provide high corrosion resistance
  • Built to meet or exceed Original Equipment (OE) fit, form and function to ensure proper installation and performance

The Cramps, Seminal Punkabilly Band, Show Us How to Make a Monster

How To Make A Monster is a collection of early recordings, demos, rehearsals, and live performances of the historic monsters of punkabilly music, The Cramps.

The new album by The Cramps, How to Make A Monster,states it is for CRAMPS FIENDS ONLY on the back cover! With the first CD being mostly filled with low-quality but imminently important recordings of particularly-low sound quality, it is likely true. True fans are the only ones that can appreciate the extreme historic value displayed in these recordings.��

How to Make A Monster is a collection of early recordings, later demos, and rehearsals from this seminal 'punkabilly' band. It's easy to suppose the face of punk music would never have been the same without lead (read: 'lead poisoning') singer Lux Interior and guitar-vixen Poison Ivy constructing their 'monster' from the body parts of unearthed popular artists and obscure bands that came before and breathing new life into it by plugging in their guitars and microphones to infuse it with electricity.�

There is no question in anyone's mind Lux Interior raised his hands and shouted 'It's Alive!' to the ceiling, illuminated by late-night� television running the horror film, Carnival of Souls, after the creation of their first song. Displaying the raw genius that is, was, and forever will be The Cramps, this album belongs, without a doubt, in the Louvre along side the Mona Lisa.

The Cramps began their career in early 1976, around the time the Sex Pistols showed up on the scene (a bit after the Ramones appeared.) Their early gigs included the now the Despite thoughts to the contrary, The Cramps are firmly entrenched in the early


New York
punk scene and punk history. It doesn't seem that The Cramps are at all apologetic, but rather that they don't feel they have anything to apologize for-and they don't.�

Their career has been long, rugged, and consistent. Despite standing in the forefront of the punk music era, The Cramps played for their love for music and a disdain for sounding like anything else, before or since. It seemed as if they didn't give a damn about what other people in the punk scene was doing-they only cared about what they were doing and are still doing. Their gig flyers esposed the 'psychobilly' sound, a term that would later define bands such as the Meteors and the Reverend Horton Heat.

Written by Lux Interior and Poison Ivy, the album's liner notes are indeed great to read and a peak into a place in time where The Cramps may not have belonged. Despite the loss and replacement of numerous guitarists, bass players, and drummers over their career, Lux and Ivy have always been a mainstay for the band. The first section is a low-quality recording of eight songs (listed out of order on the packaging) recorded in the summer of 1976. Some of these are familiar tunes, if not as developed as the later recordings of them, and two of them (Quick Joey Small and Lux's Blues) were previously unreleased.

According to the liner notes, Lux's Blues is the only time that singer Lux ever played guitar with a band. The second section has two familiar songs (I Was A Teenage Werewolf, Can't Hardly Stand It) recorded in October of 1976. The third section is a 1981 rehearsal and includes two songs never recorded on an album (Sweet Woman Blues, Rumble Blues). There are six versions of the previously unreleased Rumble Blues followed by

Lonesome


Town

.�

The forth section contains the great and previously unreleased Five Years Ahead of My Time along with a version of Call of the Wighat and an unreleased cover of Hanky Panky. Next comes rehearsal versions of two songs from the Stay Sick! album and one from the related Creature From the Black Leather Lagoon EP. Winding this up is a home demo of All Women Are Bad followed by a twenty-fifth hidden track. Disc two contains two live shows, one at Max's


Kansas City
in January of 1977 and the other at the famed CBGBs from January of 1978. These live tracks show the unexpurgated enthusiasm that The Cramps still display in their live performances.

For enthusiasts of The Cramps or the early


New York
punk scene, this collection is entirely indispensable. The two CDs include a total of 46 tracks, telling the story of a very influencial punkabilly band that helped prop up the movement in its earliest days. Despite not having achieved the fame of contemperary early punk bands like The B-52s, The Talking Heads, Blondie, or The Ramones, The Cramps express the period with equal importance and perhaps greater intensity than any of them. If you want to know how to make a monster, first you need to familiarize yourself with all its grotesque appendages. How To Make A Monster shows the nuts and bolts that went into a Frankenstein that is truly the undying monster that is The Cramps.

HOW TO MAKE A MONSTER (track listing)
CD 1

Summer 1976
1. Quick Joey Small (previously unreleased)
2. Lux's Blues (previously unreleased)
3. Love Me (studio version released on Bad Music For Bad People)
4. Domino (studio version released on Pyschedelic Jungle/Gravest Hits)
5. Sunglasses After Dark (studio version released on Songs The Lord Taught Us)
6. Subwire Desire (later released as 'Under the Wires' on Pyschedelic Jungle/Gravest Hits)
7. TV Set (studio version released on Songs The Lord Taught Us)
8. Sunglasses After Dark (studio version released on Songs The Lord Taught Us)
Oct. 1976
9. I Was A Teenage Werewolf (studio version released on Songs The Lord Taught Us)
10. I Can't Hardly Stand It (studio version released on Bad Music For Bad People)
1981 Rehearsal
11. Sweet Woman Blues (previously unreleased)
12, Rumble Blues (previously unreleased)
13. Rumble Blues (false start, previously unreleased)
14. Rumble Blues (previously unreleased)
15. Rumble Blues (previously unreleased)
16.

Lonsome


Town

(studio version released on Pyschedelic Jungle/Gravest Hits)
1982 Rehearsal
17. Five Years Ahead Of My TIme (previously unreleased)
18. Call of the Wighat (studio version released on Smell Of Female)
19. Hanky Panky (previously unreleased)
1988 Rehearsal
20. Journey To The Center Of A Girl (studio version released on Stay Sick!)
21. Jackyard Backoff ((studio version released on Creature From The Black Leather Lagoon)
22. Everything Goes (studio version released on Stay Sick!)
1988 Home Demo
23. All Women Are Bad (studio version released on Stay Sick!)
24. (Hidden track)

Disc 2
Live at Max's


Kansas City
1/14/77
1. Don't Eat Stuff Off The Sidewalk (studio version released on Pyschedelic Jungle/Gravest Hits)
2. I Was A Teenage Werewolf (studio version released on Songs The Lord Taught Us)
3. Sunglasses After Dark (studio version released on Songs The Lord Taught Us)
4. Jungle Hop (studio version released on Pyschedelic Jungle/Gravest Hits)
5. Domino (studio version released on Pyschedelic Jungle/Gravest Hits)
6. Love Me (studio version released on Bad Music For Bad People)
7. Strychnine (studio version released on Songs The Lord Taught Us)
8. TV Set (studio version released on Songs The Lord Taught Us)
9. I'm Cramped (studio version released on Songs The Lord Taught Us)
Live at CBGB 1/13/78
10. The Way I Walk (studio version released on Pyschedelic Jungle/Gravest Hits)
11. Love Me (studio version released on Pyschedelic Jungle/Gravest Hits)
12. Domino (studio version released on Pyschedelic Jungle/Gravest Hits)
13. Human Fly (studio version released on Pyschedelic Jungle/Gravest Hits)
14. I Was A Teenage Werewolf (studio version released on Songs The Lord Taught Us)
15. Sunglasses After Dark (studio version released on Songs The Lord Taught Us)
16. Can't Hardly Stand It (studio version released on Bad Music For Bad People)
17. Uranium Rock (studio version released on Bad Music For Bad People)
18. What's Behind The Mask (studio version released on Songs The Lord Taught Us)
19. Baby Blue Rock (previously unreleased)
20. Subwire Desire (later released as Under The Wire on Psychedelic Jungle/Gravest Hits)
21. I'm Cramped (studio version released on Songs The Lord Taught Us)
22. TV Set (studio version released on Songs The Lord Taught Us)

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