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Beachy 11-01-2019 02:48 PM

KTM Speedo Connector
 
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Do you know where I can purchase these connectors ?

http://www.dirtbikeworld.net/forum/a...1&d=1547178382

Nutty 11-01-2019 03:20 PM

Both are a available as a Harley Davidson genuine part Steve.

But...I strongly recommend soldering and heat-shrinking the lead ends. That part has no place being fitted where it is on a KTMhuskyaberg. I'll do the job for free if you bring the bits down, takes 10 mins. The assembly can still be removed via the other end.

hairyone 11-01-2019 03:29 PM

Speaking aloud to myself Nutty: You~that does make alota sense.
Even better; maybe dispense with the mid-connection altogether?

ie. Install a replacement length of cable from pick-up to end-plug?
I haven't seen the pick-up; likely molded plastic & thus impossible.
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Beachy: Many/most of those connectors can be dismantled.
The wire(s) is kinda zip-tied in: Depress it's tab & pull it out.
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Nutty may weigh-in again: I do hope so.
People use Goo to Insulate Connections.

-Anything from Vaseline to better?
I'm provoking some comment here.
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The type of connector doesn't matter if you're replacing it?
Try my suggestion; poke a paper-clip in & pull out the wire?

Any replacement connector would come with brass wire ends?
You may not need to replace those brass wire-ends: Generic?

Hammer-bash a paper-clip on concrete to flatten/sharpen it's end.
You're likely gonna need to suss-pulling those ends sooner or later.

nickb167 11-01-2019 03:43 PM

http://www.cycleterminal.com/jst-jwpf.html

or

https://au.element14.com/c/connector...ge=jwpf-series

Beachy 11-01-2019 04:15 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Nutty (Post 2049247)
Both are a available as a Harley Davidson genuine part Steve.

But...I strongly recommend soldering and heat-shrinking the lead ends. That part has no place being fitted where it is on a KTMhuskyaberg. I'll do the job for free if you bring the bits down, takes 10 mins. The assembly can still be removed via the other end.

Thanks, Nutty
This is the upper end that connects to the speedo. I've already soldered and heat-shrink the lower end, numerous times where it connects to the pick-up.
I would like to have the original connection if possible.

Beachy 11-01-2019 04:58 PM

Thank you Hairyone.
The male connector that connects to the speedo has corroded and not allowing the pulse from the pick to be sent to the speedo.

Thank you, Nick. Parts have been ordered from element14 in Sydney.

:cheers

burns208 11-01-2019 09:08 PM

https://i221.photobucket.com/albums/...rns208/ktm.jpg

shawbagga 15-01-2019 09:35 AM

You can get a brand new TrailTech speedo cable from OEMCycle on Ebay for around $30-$40 delivered if that helps.

Beachy 15-01-2019 01:36 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by shawbagga (Post 2049518)
You can get a brand new TrailTech speedo cable from OEMCycle on Ebay for around $30-$40 delivered if that helps.

Thanks, Shawbagga.
Great option if I can't source these little connectors.

Does anyone know the name of these connectors?

Jakobi 15-01-2019 02:20 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Beachy (Post 2049547)
Thanks, Shawbagga.
Great option if I can't source these little connectors.

Does anyone know the name of these connectors?

http://www.jst-mfg.com/product/detail_e.php?series=152

Trail tech sources them from JST. I got them to send me out a replacement once (I'll have a look and see if I have it and send it to you if you like). Otherwise from above link appears that we have an aussie distributer..

http://www.jstaust.com.au/

Edit: actual connector is 2.0MM PITCH JWPF


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