Active Topics

Top Poster

mdr1970 mdr1970
5137 Posts
lew600fazer lew600fazer
3248 Posts
maccmike maccmike
2952 Posts
KD KD
2800 Posts
whyhaveone whyhaveone
2536 Posts

Author Topic: Sat Nav power outlet Ninja 1000SX 2020  (Read 11978 times)

0 Members and 1 Guest are viewing this topic.

#30

Offline Bernieeccles

  • SX Member
  • **
  • Posts: 33
  • Country: United Kingdom
Re: Sat Nav power outlet Ninja 1000SX 2020
Reply #30 on: 13 May 21, 12:22:09
Did we ever get a definitive answer about the connectors for the 2020 Ninja heated grip socket and accessory socket. Despite reading all this thread, I cannot figure out what is needed. Various names have been quoted, Superseal, Econoseal, a Sumimoto.

Which socket definitely fits and where do you source it from.

Cheers.

BTW, I can't look at the connector itself at the moment because my new to me bike is still with a bike courier!


#32

Offline Bernieeccles

  • SX Member
  • **
  • Posts: 33
  • Country: United Kingdom
Re: Sat Nav power outlet Ninja 1000SX 2020
Reply #32 on: 13 May 21, 01:51:35
Read through the linked thread but I'm still no wiser. A definitive name of the connector and a possible source is what I'm after.

#33

Offline Motormuis

  • SX Junior
  • *
  • Posts: 1
  • Country: Belgium
Re: Sat Nav power outlet Ninja 1000SX 2020
Reply #33 on: 13 May 21, 10:20:24
I have been lurking these forums for some time, and found a lot of useful info.
Thanks to this thread I managed to find the accessory connectors, located underneath the riders seat and the left side fairing.
They are taped to the original cabling with black isolation tape. Look for the tape, and you will find them.
The photo's in the opening post are very useful.
I created a account to return the favour and share the info I found about the connectors.
They are Sumitomo connectors, type HM090.
Part numbers are 6187-2801 / 6180-2451 for the male and female plastic part.
Since Kawasaki was kind enough to leave a empty male part on the connector, basically you only need the pins and seals.
Part numbers are 1500-0105 for the pins (Sumitomo 2.3 pins) and 7160-8234 for the seals.
I found them both at Auto Click;
 https://www.auto-click.co.uk/1500-0105_strip?search=1500-0105
and https://www.auto-click.co.uk/7160-8234?search=7160-8234

#34

Offline Bernieeccles

  • SX Member
  • **
  • Posts: 33
  • Country: United Kingdom
Re: Sat Nav power outlet Ninja 1000SX 2020
Reply #34 on: 14 May 21, 08:30:46
Thanks for that, just what I was looking for and very helpful. Ordered the pins and seals, just need my bike now!
 :828:

#35

Offline burty

  • SX God
  • *****
  • Posts: 2487
  • City / Town: Rochester, Kent
  • Country: UK
Re: Sat Nav power outlet Ninja 1000SX 2020
Reply #35 on: 14 May 21, 05:15:40
*Originally Posted by Motormuis [+]
I have been lurking these forums for some time, and found a lot of useful info.
Thanks to this thread I managed to find the accessory connectors, located underneath the riders seat and the left side fairing.
They are taped to the original cabling with black isolation tape. Look for the tape, and you will find them.
The photo's in the opening post are very useful.
I created a account to return the favour and share the info I found about the connectors.
They are Sumitomo connectors, type HM090.
Part numbers are 6187-2801 / 6180-2451 for the male and female plastic part.
Since Kawasaki was kind enough to leave a empty male part on the connector, basically you only need the pins and seals.
Part numbers are 1500-0105 for the pins (Sumitomo 2.3 pins) and 7160-8234 for the seals.
I found them both at Auto Click;
 https://www.auto-click.co.uk/1500-0105_strip?search=1500-0105
and https://www.auto-click.co.uk/7160-8234?search=7160-8234

 :460:
2017 Z1000SX, in black.  Roughly 70000 miles and 9
 years on SXs.

#36

Offline Bernieeccles

  • SX Member
  • **
  • Posts: 33
  • Country: United Kingdom
Re: Sat Nav power outlet Ninja 1000SX 2020
Reply #36 on: 21 May 21, 04:45:02
Thanks go to Motormuis once again. I ordered the pins and seals and have just finished installing my Oxford heated grips to the factory connector. The pins and seals fit the female blanking plug perfectly and make the installation nice and neat.

Garmin Zumo XT next, when the above the clock bracket is available from martinsharon next week and that will go on the other accessory socket.

 :031: