brett at cloud9.net
Fri May 24 12:21:14 EDT 2002
At 10:39 AM -0400 5/24/02, Dan Simoes wrote:
>Also, what is everyone doing for harnesses? I know of the Blau product,
>but I recall Brett wasn't happy with it (am I surprised?) but I also
>don't see a few wires and connectors being worth $150.
No, I'm quite happy with it. If I ever get it installed :-) I've
said this before...the harness came with just about everything save
tools that you'd need to install; lots of hardware. All the crimps
were -very- well done, perfectly shrink-wrapped, whole 9 yards.
Quality of assembly looks second to none. Uses standard automotive
relays in relay sockets. They even provide a setup to allow you to
switch off just the aux high beam with a dash switch(switch included,
not even close to OEM though) if your heart desires(some have pointed
out that highly reflective roadsigns can be blinding with the pencil
beams on, etc.)
A month or two later I noticed the line about not working properly
with auto-check; they sent a replacement relay, I -think- free of
charge, with a bunch of other items I had ordered.
The harness I was NOT pleased with came from Todd Candey Motorsports.
It was clownishly done, the connectors were horrible, and one side
was actually mis-wired.
"They that give up essential liberty to obtain temporary
safety deserve neither liberty nor safety." - Ben Franklin
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