how hard is this cable upgrade to implement?
Oct 7, 2009 at 5:26 AM Post #3 of 7

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It looks like you just plug them in? That being said, they heatshrink the entire cable, so I'd assume it would be very stiff.


hmm..

ive neer taken the etys apart..are there pics with them being dissassembled? are they meant to be taken apart? i mean...is it just plug/unplug? no glue or anything?
 
Oct 7, 2009 at 6:05 AM Post #4 of 7

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There's nothing to it. You pull the old cable out (it's a 2 prong connector) and plug in the new one. The pins are of different sizes, so you can't do it wrong.
 
Oct 7, 2009 at 2:37 PM Post #5 of 7

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There's nothing to it. You pull the old cable out (it's a 2 prong connector) and plug in the new one. The pins are of different sizes, so you can't do it wrong.



thank you so much, Scooter.

thats what I needed to know.
 
Oct 7, 2009 at 5:13 PM Post #7 of 7

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Teflon is less microphonic than the stock cable which is rubbery and vibrates like crazy when it is touched or rubbed, making lots of noise. Teflon wire is slick.
 

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