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How hard is it to make the hard-wired coil cable on the compadre to a removable, plug in type?  I have two compadres; one with the 8” donut and the other with the 6”.  If I made them removable I could use them on my mojave and vice versa.  I’m pretty handy and can solder.  Just need a source for the connectors and which ones to get.  

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I just used a Tesoro extension cable.  Cut the female plug and off with about 4" of cable and soldered it to the board.  While it doesn't look stock, it works just fine and I run my cleansweep coil on it all the time.  

Good luck,

Mike

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