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    The CB750 coil will not work, the coil has to be under 1 ohm of resistance and this one is spec'd at 5 ohms.
    The second one may be ok, no spec listed for the ohms.
    Too high an ohm load will damage the CDI unit.
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    Damn, it looks like the other one is 4 ohms. Alright, autozone it is.
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    Where do I get the connecter that goes from the coil to the battery cable I've read the comments but I must be missing some terminology or something

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    Quote Originally Posted by Morse92 View Post
    Where do I get the connecter that goes from the coil to the battery cable I've read the comments but I must be missing some terminology or something
    The old coil primary wiring gets cut off the coil, then it's soldered into the new coil. Doesn't matter which wire goes to which terminal.
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    Quote Originally Posted by longdistancerider View Post
    The old coil primary wiring gets cut off the coil, then it's soldered into the new coil. Doesn't matter which wire goes to which terminal.

    Ok I did try to solder it but it didn't seem to want to stick I'll try again thank you

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    I know this is an older thread, but does anybody know if this will work on a '82 CM250C?

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