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Offline Cazzy_R

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Powerbronze Z900 Fender Eliminator/Tail tidy.
« on: June 28, 2017, 11:57:39 AM »
Hi Richard.
Just a quickie regarding the PB tail tidy:
Is the lead for the LED number plate light terminated with a connector that plugs directly into the Kawasaki connector?
Cutting the Kawasaki loom is not an option for me.
Thanks.
Cazzy_R

Tighten it 'til it strips then back it off half a turn.

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Re: Powerbronze Z900 Fender Eliminator/Tail tidy.
« Reply #1 on: July 03, 2017, 04:52:25 PM »
*Originally Posted by Cazzy_R [+]
Hi Richard.
Just a quickie regarding the PB tail tidy:
Is the lead for the LED number plate light terminated with a connector that plugs directly into the Kawasaki connector?
Cutting the Kawasaki loom is not an option for me.
Thanks.

Hi Cazzy,

Sorry for the delay.

To fit the LED number plate light to the wiring loom, we supply a scotch lok connector which connects into the loom.

It is possible that you could get a pair of the connectors from the kawasaki number plate light and attach them to the wiring from our number plate light.

All the best,
Richard

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Re: Powerbronze Z900 Fender Eliminator/Tail tidy.
« Reply #2 on: July 03, 2017, 05:53:18 PM »
*Originally Posted by RichardPB [+]

To fit the LED number plate light to the wiring loom, we supply a scotch lok connector which connects into the loom.

That's a shame.
Thanks for getting back to me Richard.
 
Cazzy_R

Tighten it 'til it strips then back it off half a turn.