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  Hi all.  I'm working on a project to replace my indicator panel (high beam, neutral, turn signal, etc) with a full color LCD panel.  It also displays RPMs, kick stand down alert (I disabled the stand kill switch for the rough trail riding I do, but I want a warning indicator as I've very dangerously taken off on the road with it down a couple times now), etc.   I've already got the circuits all prototyped and working.  What I'd like to do is have this thing plug-and-play, using the stock connectors on the wiring harnesses, so I can roll these out for my brother, dad and ridding buddy (who also have DRZs).  Currently I've spliced the wires, but I'd like something more refined.  I might consider selling this more generally to others too if there seems to be interest, and that would definitely require proper connectors.

 

  Anyone know if the various wiring connectors on the DRZ are totally proprietary and designed by Suzuki, or if they are some kind of standard connectors that can be bought individually?  I see whole wiring harnesses for sale parted out on ebay and the like, but I'm looking for just the new connectors.  The connectors vary wildly in design and style, so my guess is they aren't made by Suzuki and that's why they don't all match better.

 

  Thanks for any info!

 

  Dan

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12 o'clock labs sells connector kits for the tail lights but the plastic piece isn't the same. The connectors themselves are. So I'm sure someone sells them but I can't figure out style number or anything. Been to local motorcycle shop and they can't find them with a number and no local auto stores have one that fits. But if you find out please let me know! I know 12 o'clock labs said they would sell just the connectors but never asked how much for how many.

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Eager Beaver sells the connectors, I beleive. I think they are Mitsumotto (spelling??)

 

http://easternbeaver.com/Main/Elec__Products/Connectors/connectors.html

 

William, that's it!  Thanks!  The indicator wiring harness for the DRZ uses the Furukawa RFW 8P090-Male, $8.28

http://easternbeaver.com/Main/Elec__Products/Connectors/Sealed/RFW/rfw.html

 

That's the main one I need.

 

I tried to match up the other connectors in the wiring harness behind the headlight, and only had a little luck.

 

The speedometer uses Sumitomo MT 2P090WP-MT-SPB for the optional trip reset that is not connected to anything from the factory.

The main speedometer connector uses Sumitomo MT 3P090WP-MT, which is just for power.

http://easternbeaver.com/Main/Elec__Products/Connectors/Sealed/SM-MT/sm-mt.html

 

There are a few other connectors that are not sealed connectors, like to the handlebar controls on either side, turn signals, etc, that I haven't been able to match up yet on that site.

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Okay, I think I've identified the other unsealed connectors behind the faring.

 

Ignition switch: Sumitomo 4P110 

Left handlebar control: Sumitomo 6P110, plus a standard barrel connector, and is also hardwired to the headlight socket connector.

Right handlebar control: Sumitomo 6P110, plus a standard barrel connector

 

http://easternbeaver.com/Main/Elec__Products/Connectors/110_Connectors/110_connectors.html

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William, that's it!  Thanks!  The indicator wiring harness for the DRZ uses the Furukawa RFW 8P090-Male, $8.28

http://easternbeaver.com/Main/Elec__Products/Connectors/Sealed/RFW/rfw.html

 

That's the main one I need.

 

I tried to match up the other connectors in the wiring harness behind the headlight, and only had a little luck.

 

The speedometer uses Sumitomo MT 2P090WP-MT-SPB for the optional trip reset that is not connected to anything from the factory.

The main speedometer connector uses Sumitomo MT 3P090WP-MT, which is just for power.

http://easternbeaver.com/Main/Elec__Products/Connectors/Sealed/SM-MT/sm-mt.html

 

There are a few other connectors that are not sealed connectors, like to the handlebar controls on either side, turn signals, etc, that I haven't been able to match up yet on that site.

Make sure that you get a good double crimper.....that will make or brake a good connection

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CDI unit:

Furukawa RFW 4P090-Female

Furukawa RFW 8P090-Female (same connector the indicator panel uses)

 

I cannot match up the kickstand kill switch connector that's under the seat.  I've looked pretty thoroughly and can't find it.  It's a massive sealed connector considering it's only 2 conductor.

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  Hi all.  I'm working on a project to replace my indicator panel (high beam, neutral, turn signal, etc) with a full color LCD panel.  It also displays RPMs, kick stand down alert (I disabled the stand kill switch for the rough trail riding I do, but I want a warning indicator as I've very dangerously taken off on the road with it down a couple times now), etc.   I've already got the circuits all prototyped and working.  What I'd like to do is have this thing plug-and-play, using the stock connectors on the wiring harnesses, so I can roll these out for my brother, dad and ridding buddy (who also have DRZs).  Currently I've spliced the wires, but I'd like something more refined.  I might consider selling this more generally to others too if there seems to be interest, and that would definitely require proper connectors.

 

  Anyone know if the various wiring connectors on the DRZ are totally proprietary and designed by Suzuki, or if they are some kind of standard connectors that can be bought individually?  I see whole wiring harnesses for sale parted out on ebay and the like, but I'm looking for just the new connectors.  The connectors vary wildly in design and style, so my guess is they aren't made by Suzuki and that's why they don't all match better.

 

  Thanks for any info!

 

  Dan

 

One more thing to consider is different connectors to the speedo assembly as if memory serves me correct there are two types depending on the year. Just a thought as if you make multiple kits to fit your bike they may not fit on other years. Hope this helps

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Turn signals appear to connect using Nippon-Tanshi NT-040

http://easternbeaver.com/Main/Elec__Products/Connectors/NT-040/nt-040.html

 

I think this is just what I need for the front! But on my 05 SM, it looks like the front and rear turn signal adapters are different? The fronts are "traingular" females while the rears are square. Why the hell...

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William, that's it!  Thanks!  The indicator wiring harness for the DRZ uses the Furukawa RFW 8P090-Male, $8.28

http://easternbeaver.com/Main/Elec__Products/Connectors/Sealed/RFW/rfw.html

 

That's the main one I need.

 

I tried to match up the other connectors in the wiring harness behind the headlight, and only had a little luck.

 

The speedometer uses Sumitomo MT 2P090WP-MT-SPB for the optional trip reset that is not connected to anything from the factory.

The main speedometer connector uses Sumitomo MT 3P090WP-MT, which is just for power.

http://easternbeaver.com/Main/Elec__Products/Connectors/Sealed/SM-MT/sm-mt.html

 

There are a few other connectors that are not sealed connectors, like to the handlebar controls on either side, turn signals, etc, that I haven't been able to match up yet on that site.

 

I see there are two references to the speedometer connector here. I have a photo. The blue connector is a 4 conductor, and the white connector is a 2 conductor. The white was not hooked to anything. What does each one do specifically? should I hook up the 2 conductor?

2003 KLX400SR SpeedoWiring.JPG

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I see there are two references to the speedometer connector here. I have a photo. The blue connector is a 4 conductor, and the white connector is a 2 conductor. The white was not hooked to anything. What does each one do specifically? should I hook up the 2 conductor?

 

It's not hooked up to anything on stock bikes.  The two conductor is for an optional start / stop button on the handlebar to start the timer. For running enduros and the like. I don't know if anything was ever sold for that or not.  Definitely don't hook up power to it or you might damage the speedo.

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Does anyone happen to know what the bike side (female) of the OEM headlight connector is?  It appears that it might be Female 3P250-L at http://easternbeaver.com/Main/Elec__Products/Connectors/250_Connectors/250_connectors.html but I can't be positive.  The male terminals on an OEM headlight are .250 inch but I can't tell if the relative spacing for the 3 terminals are a fit for the 3P250 connector.

I swapped out my stock years ago for an aftermarket and had to modify the wiring.  I'm now planning to put one of the 4x6 LED headlights in, and they take the stock connector.

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Took another look at the 3P250-L connector on a different monitor and it doesn't appear to be the connector for the OEM headlight as the top horizontal connector is stacked directly above the two vertical ones, instead of being offset.

Anyone?

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