I found a source for the Mazda style electrical connectors. I wanted something that was more professional looking, instead of your typical crimp on spade connectors.
The company is called Eastern Beaver. (http://www.easternbeaver.com/Main/main.html
) They mainly make wiring adapters for japanese bikes, but they also stock plain connectors. These connectors, the 0.250" Yazaki connectors are the same as the stock connectors Mazda uses on most anything on the car. They are also priced well, from 2$ to 5$ for a male and female plastic housing, as well as the required contacts. I am impressed by their quality. A direct link to the connectors: http://www.easternbeaver.com/Main/El...onnectors.html
I was also happy with shipping prices. Parcels are shipped from Japan and arrive duty free in under two weeks. Impressive!
As I felt like taking a few pictures and its too cold to go outside, I went nuts taking pictures:
The mother load:
One contact connector, as used on the low oil sensor. I used one of these to add in my sensor for my two stroke oil reservoir.
Two contact. I used a pair of these to install my new speakers in the rear of the car, saving me from cutting the harness.
Four contact, as used in some of the stock switches.
Standard automotive 5 pin relay sockets: