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post #1 of 15 (permalink) Old 05-18-2006, 10:52 PM Thread Starter
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Where to buy the quick-disconnect wiring that match rear blinkers?

I'm installing the Clear Alternatives rear taillight kit and I want to hook up the blinkers. I'd like to find 2 quick disconnect plugs that are identical to the ones the stock blinkers use, for a factory look.
If it comes down to it, I will cut the ones off of my stock rear fender unit (the stock blinker plugs) but I don't really want to. I want to be able to return the bike to stock if I need to, and don't want to hack up wiring - even on something I may never use again.

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You can get the connectors from a friend of mine: Jani --> MV Agusta Parts Look at different parts - turn lights

Here a pic of mine with the CA rear light:

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Thats awesome, but I think the shipping will cost more than the plugs =)
I guess beggers can't be choosers. If I can't find them locally in the next few days, I guess I'm ordering them from your buddy in Germany.
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They are extremely hard to find, especially pre-wired as pigtails. They are called sure-seal connectors and are the two pin mini size:

http://www.suresealconnections.com/index.html

To be honest it's probably going to work out better in the end to get them from Jani if his are prewired. I've never seen him specify one way or the other. Will only take one air mail envelope, few euros.

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I would just call up Sure Seal and get a few from them. Shipping is cheaper, and you'll prolly end up getting them faster..

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I would just call up Sure Seal and get a few from them. Shipping is cheaper, and you'll prolly end up getting them faster..

The crimper and press is quite expensive. Sure seal only sell the connectors, not pre-wired pigtails - as I mentioned.

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How hard can it be to crimp the things? Just stick the wires in the back, and clamp down on that biz-nitch, right?
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How hard can it be to crimp the things? Just stick the wires in the back, and clamp down on that biz-nitch, right?

Go try! Crimping is the easy part.

James is talking crap. The crimper and press are not quite expensive,they are really expensive!

If you can get them pre-wired do it, it will probably work out cheaper.

I have spare pins and sockets and probably connectors lying around somewhere
from my attempt a few years back.
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Cryptik, you can also try engineering samples from SureSeal but they usually only send out large gauge multi (3/4) pin types in my experience..and I've tried They do come pigtailed though...

If you want the catalogue numbers I can dig them up this wknd and post on monday? Hopefully though you'll just order from Jani (assuming they are prewired)

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I'm going to email Jani and ask if they are prewired, and if they're the right connector. His pictures show 4 pins, but mine are only 2.
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