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This is a discussion about MIL SPEC WIRE HARNESS within the Tuning Performance section, where you will Engine mods-Tuning talk for all Sport Bikes Every little bit helps!; strip down is the best way to go.

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    strip down is the best way to go.

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    haha you mention something from someone not a site sponsor and it'll get deleted faster than a pack of dogs on a 3 legged cat. but ya stripped down harness is the way to go! i did it and you become very familiar with a wire diagram especially when the bike won't turn on. hahahaha. pulled one too many wires.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 5starcycles View Post
    do anyone offer these and if so how much?
    i have a 05 gsxr 1000
    and looking for 04 gsxr 1000 also

    i heard these are suppose to me alot lighter and better over all
    The term "mil-spec" can mean different things to many people. To some, mil-spec means not only using military-grade flame-resistant wire, but also using all military-type waterproof screw-lock connectors. But it sounds like to me you aren't really talking about a full mil-spec harness with all autosport connectors, since all of your electronics couldn't use these type connectors anyway. What you are talking about is a lightweight harness with factory connectors. We can you what you are looking for with no problem.

    We have been building custom harnesses for about 15 years now and I will match the quality of our work against anyone. We have gone through many phases of harness design over the years, but we now exclusively use tefzel mil-spec teflon-coated wire and fuel-resistant heat shrink qualifying for mil-spec 23053. A harness built this way is lighter, more reliable, and provides a much cleaner install than any factory harness. We keep almost every factory Suzuki connector in stock, and many of the Kawasaki connectors as well. To custom-build a harness like what you are describing, we charge somewhere in the $1500 range. I would have to know more specific details before I could give you an exact price.

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