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dalonar

2010+ tuner port

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i need the pigtail that would be part of the tuner without the $250 price tag. I'm running lights on the port and would like to have it easily removed instead of the setup i have now.

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that may be hard to find but I would just splice into the wire(s) you want and attach space teminals then you can plug and unplug as desired.

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maybe you could buy that little plastic clip piece that is hooked to the frame, and use that to make a female plug...

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The plug is proprietary, will be hard to find something that fits but probably not impossible.

I burnt off the coating on the wires in one spot and soldered my connection right on for my light just before the harness plug and taped it up nice.

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If you visit a couple of auto electric specialty shops, you can probably find the connector among their harness repair parts. It's apt to be less proprietary than you might think.

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If you visit a couple of auto electric specialty shops, you can probably find the connector among their harness repair parts. It's apt to be less proprietary than you might think.

i'm willing to bet you are right, i've done some looking at the local parts stores. We can get close but not 100% fitment. I'll keep looking and post my results! My whole goal is to get an enduro type kit put together that is easily removed.

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look at the electrical connectors from K&L Supply. They have lots of replacement connectors for the Japanese wiring harnesses.

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