I looked on ebay UK for you and found this:-Hi. this is the connector i need John
Although a suitable alternative, that isn't the same connector the OP is searching for.I looked on ebay UK for you and found this:-
Ebay is the best place to buy for single connectors, but I recommend you to buy two, in case of accidents.
There is a special tool from molex for crimping, but I have got away in the past, with similar connectors, with pliers and a soldering iron!!
best of luck
I believe you, but why not supply a suitable link then? I am sure that would be for the OP most helpful!Although a suitable alternative, that isn't the same connector the OP is searching for.
As mentioned above, search for 'motorcycle connector' and you'll find what you need.
If a controller burns out or throttle, pas, display break it's quicker to replace. A lot of stock connectors are crappy metal that corrodes, I stopped having issues when I replaced my hall connectors with gold plated ones. Also if one gets tugged for any reason it may get unplugged rather than breaking, although this is more true of phase and power lines than it is of flimsy hall wiresNo need for a connector. It's cheaper and more reliable to solder the wires. When does anyone ever need to disconnect one except to check whether they have a bad connection? When by some chance, there's a blue moon and flying pigs, and you find a reason to disconnect, the wire cutters can disconnect just as quick as a connector.
That's interesting because I had a similar but different experience. I've been repairing electric bikes for many years using the same methods, and I noticed that since I put my prices up, like you, I haven't had a single issue with of any of the repairs, so one could conclude that the price of the repair might be the key factor for reliability. What does everyone else think? Should I increase my prices further to make doubly sure of reliability because I don’t want to spoil my 100% record?I stopped having issues when I replaced my hall connectors with gold plated ones.