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Originally Posted by David View Post
If you're really good at wiring you could do it yourself. I'm above average at wiring, I built the harness myself, and I wish I paid Motec to build it.

I spent about $1200 in material to build the harness for my M600. I checked, double checked, and triple checked and I still made a couple of mistakes. I could have saved myself a lot of heart burn by shelling out the extra money for them to build it.

I put a bulk head connector at the fire wall to make pulling the engine easier. Even though I used very good DT gold plated connectors, I wonder if it doesn't add unnecessary risk for a bad connection.
Well I posted once and it disappeared but here it is again. I would like to see pics of this harness I am not being sarcastic at all but I can't imagine the components for an EFI harness costing that much, I used good stuff for my harness cleanup and upgrade to ATO fuses and dont think I spent more than 2-300 bucks 500 if you include I bought a new solder station for the work.

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