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Old 07-13-13, 09:24 AM
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Aftermarket wiring harness?

i will try to make this as to the point as possible, not sure if this is the forum i should post in but here it is. Coming from pretty much hondas, we had such companys as ry-wire, chase bays, etc etc for a clean replacemebt for your stock harness, generally with options you could add in or take out if in most cases they were to be eliminated.

Is there any company out there like that for the rx7 specifically anything for the 2nd gen?
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i will try to make this as to the point as possible, not sure if this is the forum i should post in but here it is. Coming from pretty much hondas, we had such companys as ry-wire, chase bays, etc etc for a clean replacemebt for your stock harness, generally with options you could add in or take out if in most cases they were to be eliminated.

Is there any company out there like that for the rx7 specifically anything for the 2nd gen?
For FC's NO. The connectors are available. You would have to get one custom made from someone. There are a few people on here that are capable of doing it. don't think it is going to be cheap.

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yeah im not caring if its cheap, this hobby isnt a cheap hobby. it will be around 1000 from the place im thinking, but if there are others that offer a similar but maybe not as extravagant alternative option then I would like to ponder what those are. Who on here would I be wise to contact?
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My self and C.Ludwig are the only ones I know who make engine harnesses. I dont know if either of us have made replacement FC harnesses. Do you have an S4 or S5?

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S5. Im just really looking for any idea. Simple clean installation is the key, and ive never dealt with full stand alones yet though its an option. I am just that new to the rx7 that i cant ramble on parts and manufacturers of every little thing like i can for hondas. So in the name of learning i asked. Im just really not trying to use either one of these 20+ year old harnesses, dash excluded as really not in the elements but if i can simplify all of that as well that would be nice. Just thoughts. Thanks for the responses.
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I have an S4.. 86'. . with street port converted to Holley carb... I need electrical harness to replace my frayed one.. any assistance would be appreciated.. thx.
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Mil-spec Tucked 13B Harness (FD3S/Rx7)
for the fd , will look more into this , has anyone ever tried these yet , looking for something for my mircotech
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