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Old 01-28-2013, 12:15 AM
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I need to get some of the regular split loom to cover my harness before it goes back in my car. Can I order some of that from you?
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Are you able to sell them if I don't have a core?
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I need to get some of the regular split loom to cover my harness before it goes back in my car. Can I order some of that from you?
Yes. Email me what length you need at [email protected]

Are you able to sell them if I don't have a core?
No, because we are re-using the DME connectors to the computers to keep costs down. As I posted before, these are stupid-expensive even in quantity of 100+, and frankly, the wiring in the cabin, behind the firewall, is not usually bad and does not need replacement. No worries, I think you should be able to get a used wiring harness from somebody or some junkyard and have it sent to me to use as the core....
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Showing you a 944 harness in partial-completion. All the wires are run, it needs the connectors and loom.
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Originally Posted by Carl Fausett View Post
Showing you a 944 harness in partial-completion. All the wires are run, it needs the connectors and loom.
Wow just saw this thread, I wish to say a huge thank you for taking the time, money and engery to do this. I'm sure once they're for sale I'll be inline for one.
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What does the Hammer connector look like? Can you reuse the old one? I'd be interested in a 951 harness with no Hammer connecter, if they add $65+ to the price.
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Old 01-30-2013, 04:39 PM
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This is the Hammer connector. It is for the diagnostic tool, OBD I version, popular at that time.

Without it, you would not be able to plug in and read any engine faults recorded in your ECU.

We have found a supply of new ones, and they will be wired into those factory engine harnesses that call for them.
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Default Pics of Finished 944 Engine Harness

The first 944 engine wiring harness is finished.

Here are some pics. I am working up pricing on this now.

Now we are moving on to finish the first 951 engine wiring harness and the 928 Injector wiring harnesses. Same thing with those, I want to make at least one first to be sure we can and actually have all the parts needed before I take any orders.
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That looks awesome.
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Wow, nice!
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Pricing is finished: $685 for the 944 harness.

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http://www.928motorsports.com/parts/...ng_harness.php
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wow fantastic, and pricing is very reasonable as well. Can't wait to see the 951 harness.
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Old 02-13-2013, 08:28 AM
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Hello Carl,

What if you have no Core to provide cause you need to keep the car on the road?
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Then pull your harness when you put the car away for winter; or post here on the Rennlist that you are looking for a wiring harness used for your specific model year... maybe someone has got their old one they will let you have...

The cost of the DME connectors + the large number of variables from year and model to year and model made this the way it is. It is far less expensive and more accurate if we rebuild the harness you send us from your car. Then we know it will be right!

Sorry for any inconvenience.
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Old 02-15-2013, 12:42 PM
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Thanks Carl, I 'll have to figure out something since the car doesn't get put away at anytime.
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