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Old 12-06-12, 02:11   #1
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Does anyone know a supplier of wiring connectors same as used on the 675s?
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Digikey might have them, but if you don't know exactly what you are looking for it can be daunting.

http://www.digikey.com/product-searc....z_header=link

Mouser is also a good source, but again, you have to know exactly what you want.

http://www.mouser.com/Connectors/Aut...ors/_/N-1ehb5/
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There's a thread or something on this, guy had found connectors for turn signals, not sure where its at.


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Cheers guys. We have found a cheaper quick shifter sensor which we just need to change the connector over on so that it will plug directky into the stock harness under the tank.
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Cheers guys. We have found a cheaper quick shifter sensor which we just need to change the connector over on so that it will plug directky into the stock harness under the tank.
Please share your findings once you get it working.
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Its no secret we just use a sensor/trigger made by Bazzaz. These are half the price of the genuine Triumph one which is made by HM. We could just supply a male & female connector and simply replace the connector on the bike with a new one but we want to sell a plug in item.
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AMP/TE Multilock 70 series

available from rs components, pretty cheap if you're after 25 or more
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