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I've added S model coil and plug wire pics in the pedia in a sub document off the engine control page.
http://www.sportsterpedia.com/doku.p...:evo:engctl01a

Here are a few from there.
These are aftermarket wires sold for 1200S.







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Thanks for the pics.

Those have 45° boots - So using straight connectors on the end of the SP wire with a 45° boot higher up on the cable, than the 90° style assembly, would seem functional.

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Ok so it's possible. I guess my question would be why? If you want a raked or extended front end you're going to remove the added value of the Sport forks' capabilities anyway so why not just swap the front end to a regular 39mm Sportster set up that is easier to extend?
No, capabilities stays the same. More oil is needed. But it works well and it's adjustable as always.
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Thanks for all the help guys. 1200S dual plug head ignition coils use the 4mm terminals that became the standard terminal size for Sportster ignition coils after 2004.

There are aftermarket wires available but if you have relocated your coil and are looking for custom length, you will have to cut them.

Brian at Ton's Performance was (and always has been) a ton of help.

Now, once I figure out the image hosting I will post up a picture of my finished product.
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