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speedo cluster extension wire

STAIN

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2022 SIDEWINDER LTX GT
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I am looking at relocating the instrument cluster on a T-cat and/or sidewinder. I know extending the existing harness is not a huge deal but would rather make an extension harness if possible. The problem is finding a male side( speedo side) connector.
I am wondering if any of our electrical wizards out there have any means to find that connector...@Rockmiester, grizztracks, cannodale?
I can get the correct wires and pins but am not sure how to find the connectors.....

 

I am looking at relocating the instrument cluster on a T-cat and/or sidewinder. I know extending the existing harness is not a huge deal but would rather make an extension harness if possible. The problem is finding a male side( speedo side) connector.
I am wondering if any of our electrical wizards out there have any means to find that connector...@Rockmiester, grizztracks, cannodale?
I can get the correct wires and pins but am not sure how to find the connectors.....



I thought at one time, Travis from Barn Of Parts had made one for the viper..
 
Was it Four Stroke Solutions? Or Ebay? Anyway I have a Dash Harness I could send you for price of shipping Stain. Has both plugs and probably would be perfect for what you want. About 15" long. Never use it since I got my extension.
 
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To make it work I think I need a plug that mimics the speedo side of the connector.
I still may take you up on that offer......
 
Awesome. I will take it.
I wonder where I can get more of them......
 
I was thinking of doing a gauge cluster relocation and was trying to do it without cutting my harness.
I haven't heard of anyone else moving the gauge cluster.
I feel the gauge could be a little higher to get better line of sight.
 


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