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I may sell my custom Ecu harness extender. Great for those who don't want to remove their blower assembly to get access to enough lenght of harness, and for those who don't want to hack their harness for wiring a piggyback. I did it myself and it was a painful and costly job so it will not come cheap. I prewired all the necessary connections for a piggyback with Molex plugs (not shown on pics) so install will be super clean and easily removable. It has worked great for me.



It has collected dust for 2 years so i will have to check it first. Price shall be 250 dollars + shipping.
 

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This is a awesome idea! If I had an extra $250 it would be mine. How about putting together a DIY on how you done it?

Good job man.
 

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I might...

But will sit down with my tunerguy when s/c is on and discuss...
 

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This is a awesome idea! If I had an extra $250 it would be mine. How about putting together a DIY on how you done it?

Good job man.
Get an used ecu then spend 2 hours on it to remove the female plug with your best soldering iron (lot of heat required on some points) then hack male plugs from a harness (quite hard to find in europe, no tibs in salvage yards) then buy tons of cable. And start soldering everything, i spent 6 hours on this. There's blood, burns, sweat and money in that thing...
 

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excellent creation. I would have paid $500 for one of these while I was standing on my head dripping hot solder all over myself installing my neo a while back.
 

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I'm in the process of building one myself and will have probably ~$150 in parts alone in it (and that's cheap, I got a good deal on a dead ECU and harness connectors). There's a metric ton of wire, and time involved in something like this though and I could easily see it going for $300+.

Good luck selling it dood.
 

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No christmas sale inside Europe yet? ;)
Ever since my obd stopt working, and i need to get a tune straight into the ECU..

This popped into mind ( and to the upper positions of things to buy, lol.. )
 
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