Put new wires in the coils. Was able to pull the exterior protective shield tubing off the old wires and install them on the new wires. Installed new plug caps too. Went with NGK's from Z1. Not OEM but that's okay for this project.
Check clocking of the hose ends by pressing one on the table and looking at the other. On this hose they are 90 degrees from each other.
Install the other hose end, clock the position carefully, and you are done. I used non adjustable hose ends but they work out fine. You just need to be careful to stop a little short of fully tight so you can get the clocking right.
Repeat everything three more times and...
Some heat shrink tubing can be used to cover up where the vinyl coating was removed. Next time...
Cleaned up the harness best I could and re-wrapped it with Elliott Tape EE 201 non adhesive tape. Good stuff. The 201 flavor is the high temp stuff so heat shouldn't be an issue. Non adhesive like the stock harness wrap so the harness doesn't turn into a sticky mess.
Used a combination of Deoxit, Scotchbrite, stainless steel wire brush, and a dremel tool to clean corrosion off the electrical contacts. Pinched closed the female terminals where ever possible.
Bought some new electrical terminals and crimping pliers from Vintage Connection. These things roll over the edges over on the terminals just like the OEM terminals. They seem more secure than the smash flat terminals that are so common these days.
Snuck in a SH-775 R/R under the battery box. Had to make a bracket first but it turned out pretty well.
Painted up the seat pan and installed a Pit Replica seat cover. The cover itself is an excellent visual reproduction of the 1981 750E pattern. Unfortunately, the lower flange area is poorly executed and is easy to tear. I wound up having to get a second cover and was more careful during install the second time around...