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Mark S has a question: Turn signal plug

Discussion in 'Ignition / Electronics / Batteries' started by Mark S, Jan 1, 2018.

  1. Mark S

    Mark S New Member

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    Hi. I am trying to track down turn signal plugs both the three wire out on the signals and the six wire under the tank does anyone have information where I can find these?
     
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    :agree: and welcome from Pa.:hi:
     
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    To get this back on subject, call Donna or Derek, they should have them 620-257-2009
     
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  9. Mark S

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    Thanks for the turn signal Info. I was away on a trip sorry. I'm going to try to track down the little white computer plugs at a computer store
     
  10. Mark S

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    Thanks. Another member suggested a source for them online I have to get the name at my office . He said they are the connector plugs for computer cooling fans . I've been searching to find the name of the company again . I blacked out my front and so I have it all apart
     
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    Personally I wouldn’t use those computer connectors on a motorcycle due to the elements. You can get jst waterproof connectors through wild steed worx and other places. If you are looking to change the connectors I would look at Deutsch connectors.
     
  12. Twisted

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    Get the right plugs, cpu fan plugs are not waterproof. Get them from Curtis at Wild Steed Worx, I got a bunch when I rewired a new rear setup for my bike. You'll also need the pins and crimping tool if your replacing everything.
     
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    They can be done without the chrimping tool. I am sure it would be easier but I found and electrical chrimping tool at harbor freight for cheap and it works good


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    You can get these made up to correct length from Dead One customs. He made all 4 turn signal ends for my 2009 Coyote and I soldiered them in. His ends come like Big dogs original (same wire size and colors) so you can to use the tool and put it back like stock I soldier mine in even though I have the tool. Somebody cut mine all out and put turn type wire ends in what a mess. Dead one wiring comes with correct wire colors for both side front and back just like stock just tell him the length you need, easy to figure out what wire goes where. I also used his LED turn signals on the same bike better end with wire pig tail on LED light that does not break off like stock ones do. Brighter pin than the stock ones also. I also left extra wire on end so I could pull them out to change if I need to.
     
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    Do you think they'd have a three wire with braided shield and and a clear coating?
     
  16. Mark S

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    Thanks for all the good info I plan to buy a handful of them. I got my blacked out front end parts from the painter today they look pretty bad ass
     
  17. pauldeepsea

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    Post some pics of the paint when you get a moment


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    Dead One rewires big Dog motorcycles and sells kits to do it yourself also. He has them on his website and Ebay. He would have everything you need and you can install it yourself. I put mine back to complete stock right down to the wire colors (minus soldier job). As I remember one side has 1 wire a different color. I called on Monday and they were in my mail box USPS by Thursday!! He is in Richmond VA. Call the phone number on website its his cell phone answers sometimes in evening and weekends real good service. He takes PayPal to make it easy. The only reason I soldiered is because my wires were very short, they had been cut and I just replaced the end inside the turn signal housings after I bought new turn signal housing from Donna at big dog parts.
     
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    This one was recomended by Curtis when I was chatting with him. Alot cheaper than the stock tool. Worked great but like you said, I'm sure there's other options.

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    That is close to what I use but I only paid about 10 bucks for the tool.


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