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I recently replaced my front turn signals with proton flush mounts. I was not excited about having to cut the connectors off (thereby trashing them) the stock signals for use on the flush mounts, so I set off in search of the stock connects. Bikebandit turned up nothing, but I was able to source the connectors from a local electronics shop (they also sell online). This way your stock signals can be saved in case you need to put them back on.

Here is the info on the connector and the link.

http://shop.willyselectronics.com/b...093-1-circuit-free-hanging-socket/4,9212.html

Multi-Pin Connector: 0.093" 1 Circuit Free Hanging Socket
Item #: 61-241

Multi-Pin Socket: 1 Circuit

Specifications:

Type: Multi-Pin Connector (Molex-Type)
Pin Size: 0.093"
Maximum Connections: 1
Connector Type: Free Hanging
Quantity: Connectors -- 2
Pins -- 2
Manufacturer: Philmore

Note: Picture below is of the 0.062" size but the 0.093" look identical.
 

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A seemingly minor issue for most, but very convenient for those of us who prefer a clean, pro-type installation. Thanks for taking the time to search and post, Bio.
 

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Although, as I study that page in the link you provided, I see item #61-241 shown beneath the heading
Multi-Pin Connector: 0.093" 1 Circuit Free Hanging Socket
And more description of the part appears below this heading, also listing the same item number.

Yet their small photo beneath the "Related Items" insert on the upper right of that page indicates the item is #61-201.

Is that photo mis-labeled and should say the 0.062" connector? Did you confirm that 61-241 is correct? Did you also catch this Bio, or am I halucinating? (again!)
 

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Although, as I study that page in the link you provided, I see item #61-241 shown beneath the heading
Multi-Pin Connector: 0.093" 1 Circuit Free Hanging Socket
And more description of the part appears below this heading, also listing the same item number.

Yet their small photo beneath the "Related Items" insert on the upper right of that page indicates the item is #61-201.

Is that photo mis-labeled and should say the 0.062" connector? Did you confirm that 61-241 is correct? Did you also catch this Bio, or am I halucinating? (again!)
.093" should be correct. These are the connectors I used:
http://search.digikey.com/scripts/DkSearch/dksus.dll?Detail&name=WM8368-ND

For wiring up my Ducati mirrors as show in this thread: Ducati GT Mirrors Installed with Watsens! - Triumph675.Net Forums
 

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Although, as I study that page in the link you provided, I see item #61-241 shown beneath the heading
Multi-Pin Connector: 0.093" 1 Circuit Free Hanging Socket
And more description of the part appears below this heading, also listing the same item number.

Yet their small photo beneath the "Related Items" insert on the upper right of that page indicates the item is #61-201.

Is that photo mis-labeled and should say the 0.062" connector? Did you confirm that 61-241 is correct? Did you also catch this Bio, or am I halucinating? (again!)
Yes part number 61-241 is the correct part for the indicator side. Since they did not have a picture associated with that part, I used the one from the 0.062" size. It looks identical just a bit smaller diameter. The picture labeled as "related items" is the matching plug (male). This would be analogous to the plug attached to the wiring harness on the bike. I hope this is clear. I did the install last night and it worked great.
 

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does anyone has a few male terminals?
I can't find those here in Brazil and these websites can't send shipments over here. =[
 

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It's either rizoma or British customs that sells a plug and play kit, I cannot recall
 

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Shoot me a PM with your address and how many you need and I can probably set you up.
 

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I've always just cut and soldered the stock connectors onto any aftermarket lighting I do. It can always be put back if you leave room (wire) on the connector.
 

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Same here but not everyone is as skilled with the electrical stuff so it can be intimidating.

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