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2013-06-24 13:51:16
Thanks for your input guys. As of now we are trying to put out a couple harnesses for the FWD applications along with the rebuild kits. The rebuild kits we offer for the RWD SR20 use similar connectors for the FWD applications but in order for us to start putting them out we need a car for research to develop them. I saw a couple people are willing to let us use their car, so I will be contacting them and sorting out the details. Trust me I know how much of a pain these 20 year old harnesses can be lol If you have any questions, comments, or any ideas please feel free to email me at [email]Brandon@wiringspecialties.com[/email].

2013-06-26 20:10:17
Are you starting a vendor section on the forum?
2013-06-26 20:43:07
Yes, we will be starting a vendor section very soon. Just have to get it setup.
2013-06-26 21:16:06
Welcome! Hope to see some good things to come, I have a harness that's currently untapped and I'm redoing it, might need some connectors
2013-06-28 04:58:28
im in for this
2013-06-28 20:56:05
I've been doing this for years, a nice tucked wire harness is deft a plus!! Can't wait to see what you guys have in mind
2013-06-29 02:48:54
id say a clean plug and play harness with no egr wires would be perfect for me. well worth the money. fresh wire. no extra plugs
2013-06-29 15:02:00
What about VQ wiring in b chassis ?
2013-06-30 02:35:58
Welcome to the forum. A lot of members here like to do their own harness' but not all come out too pretty but that is because there is nothing out there for us when it comes to this. I made my own Mil spec harness for my B13 (believe the first ever to do so) all tucked, nylon braided loom wrapped and only the necessities on my engine on the harness. Everything else removed. I personally love wiring/electrical and have offered to do more of them but they do come at a cost as they are not cheap for the materials and the labor is pretty extensive. I think i spent a good 20+ hours on my harness alone but it came out great and its worked like a charm with zero electrical gremlins at all.

I got my connector kit from Chase Bays, they sell the connector kits in several different pin counts. I used the 41 pin connector.

Also, dont expect this kind of service to be cheap from Wiring Specialties. You really have to know what your doing to offer something like this.

Again welcome and I hope some members that arnt up to the challenge of doing their harness' themselves will take advantage of your upcoming services for our cars.
2013-07-03 18:30:12
some people wants only to plug and play

could be easy
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