1999 Yamaha xt350 tachometer drive cable delete/plug

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So I purchased a 1999 Yamaha xt350 yesterday and it came with a trail tech digital gauge. The previous owner left the Tachometer cable and it is annoying the hell out of me when I ride. 

My question is: is there a manufacturer that makes model-specific plugs so that I can delete the drive cable or will I have to just find some sort of plug that will work? If my only option is the latter option then do any of you guys have suggestions for what size plug I should be looking for? 

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If you are looking for a specific cap get one for a TT350. I would just undo the cable from the crankcase.

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