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    Question pet 2100dx spark plug connection question

    Hi I have a '11 fzr, i didnt see the firing order in the service manual, which spark plug do i connect to? Does it matter which spark plug wire i connect to?

    do i wrap it or use the alligator clip?

    if i wrap it the instruction call for insulating tape?
    Are they referring to electrical tape, heat tape... etc. Will electrical tape melt??


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    i will get all the rest i need when im dead corkycat's Avatar
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    wrap it around coil no1 just under the rubber boot

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    Quote Originally Posted by corkycat View Post
    wrap it around coil no1 just under the rubber boot
    +1 I also use rescue tape (or electrical tape) to secure the wire

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    I knew this question was coming

    This is how I do mine. Click on pic for instructions.

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    wow, thanks a bunch!

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