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  1. #21
    Quote Originally Posted by Bombarusa View Post
    Follow up so far...... JAE is the brand of plug (Japanese Aviation Electronics) and the PBT looks like the material is made from (Polybutylene Terephthalate)....... still can't find the 44 pin GF 80 anywhere yet
    Thanks. I will start searching as well.


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    Any luck finding those connectors?

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    Quote Originally Posted by dwr-44 View Post
    Any luck finding those connectors?
    Nope... 😒 Nothing yet.

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    Quote Originally Posted by m4f1050 View Post
    ... Nothing yet.
    Try calling Ballenger Motorsports

    Bmotorsports.com

    http://greenhulk.net/forums/showthre...=1#post2281700

    Quote Originally Posted by K447 View Post

    Ballenger Motorsports
    8052 Elm Dr Suite G
    Mechanicsville, VA
    USA 23111-1113

    Main Line: (804) 915-7201
    Main Fax: (804) 433-3825

    For International callers outside the US:

    Telephone: 1 (804) 915-7201

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    Quote Originally Posted by K447 View Post
    Try calling Ballenger Motorsports

    Bmotorsports.com

    http://greenhulk.net/forums/showthre...=1#post2281700
    They said more than likely they will not have it. To send a picture. These plugs must be made out of 24k gold! Jeez!

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    Quote Originally Posted by m4f1050 View Post
    They said more than likely they will not have it. To send a picture. ...
    Did you provide the known info regarding the manufacturer JAE ?

    Ballenger can sometimes source hard to find things, if you provide them all the info possible. Clear photos of all six sides, pin counts, markings, and so on. Also photo of the mating connection on the ECU. And give them some time as they relay the request to their suppliers.

    Another vector might be to ask CANDooPro (and possibly Riva/Vtech) if they might have some sourcing ideas. They purchase mating connectors for the Yamaha ECU for their diagnostic and tuning products.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bombarusa View Post
    ... can't find the 44 pin ...
    Are you sure about the 44-pin count?


    Photo is a 45-pin connector, if I am counting correctly

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    44, the top row uses 1 less pin.

    On their picture the plug is upside-down, the bottom row has 8 pins and the top 4 rows have 9 pins.

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    Quote Originally Posted by m4f1050 View Post
    44, the top row uses 1 less pin.

    On their picture the plug is upside-down, the bottom row has 8 pins and the top 4 rows have 9 pins.

    The photo I copied from the posted Riva link seems to be showing a different connector type. Rectangular grid of pins, not the offset outer rows shown in your photo

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