This is so simple it really does not need a "how to" but it seemed the most appropriate place to put this.
A wise man (McV) once told me "buy the best parts you can afford" so when I started having coil issues I asked for some advice on what was the best option for replacements. Bald Eagle pointed me to TJ Stiles and Dynatek products. TJ pointed me in the right direction and Dynatek provided me with the right part numbers for my bike (and most other 750 shadows).
I ended up purchasing this set on ebay:
Set includes two 3ohm dual output coils, right angle and straight plug boots/connectors, 4 right angle female spade connectors and 4 straight female spades.
Our stock coils have a threaded stud down in the center that the plug wire actually threads onto but the new coils have a nib like the top of a spark plug so you must crimp on connectors to your existing wires (note: great time to upgrade you wires and Dynatek makes those too).
Start by stripping back about 3/4" of plug wire, twist it and fold back as pictured
STOP!!! I almost goofed!! put the rubber boot for the selected connector on the wire first before you install the new connector!! ( a bit of spit helps lube up the wire to get the boot on.... eeewwwww)
Place the new end on the wire and carefully crimp in solidly in place. Pull the boot down over the connector and you are done.
I used right angle connectors and boots on the rear cylinder coil and straight ones on the front coil.