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Orange wire-Female connector.Brown wire -male

Aftermarket (M.C.S.)Yamaha IGNITION COIL-suit RD350/400-XS250/360/750
Orange wire-Female connector.Brown wire -male connector.
Question-which wire FROM> power/& TO >points? It's not being used in yamaha but that's irrelevantciao have a nice day,duTch

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  • dutchinspace Jun 30, 2009

    Mateo Thanks ,but I don't comprende 'trigger' -ie; one wire needs to connect to power amd the other needs to connect to points. I work on the theory that male plugs into power and the end product(points) plugs into female ??(just like a regular extesion lead)maybe I make up my own rules?? Just for the record I'm adapting these coils to a'74 Moto Guzzi with pointless ignition simple really ciao an dthanks Dutch

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Orange is the output (trigger), and brown is ground

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