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Can you use ignition coils from a 2005 Vulcan 1600 on a 2005 Vulcan 750

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    Christopher Thompson May 20, 2017

    The blue coils off the 1600 are smaller than the ones off the 750 but their both 2 wire 12 volt coil right

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If they are physically the same and have identical connections, I don't see why not.

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