Hey everyone, I have a '72 XS2 that's been sitting in my garage for the last 23 years, and I want to get it out and onto the road. This will be my first project, so I've spent the last few months slowly doing research to figure out what I can before asking for help. Everything seems sound electronically, albeit for a sticky horn and an (initially) sticky signal relay. The motor has no problems turning over either. I'm at the point of introducing some spark, but I can't seem to find how to properly install my spark plug wires into the existing ignition coils. Here are some photos: The connector is about 5/8" from outer edge to outer edge of the threads, and I don't have the piece that threads onto it. I have a couple of questions: -Is there any way I can find such pieces? -What sort of terminal might I need to crimp onto the end, and would generic rubber boots work?: http://www.diablocycle.com/Ignition-Wire-Dust-Boot-and-Connector-Set.html -Would I be better off buying a new set of coils? Thanks in advance for any tips in the right direction.