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I just need firing order on the coils like what wire goes where what 2 go on left coil what 2 go on right left side coil what number on top and what number on bottom same for right thanks for a 1981 kawasaki kz750

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The diagram below should answer the question. Please rate my answer. i just need firing order - tombones49_221.gif

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