Gen 2 'Busa water temperature sensor connector?

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Redseven
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Gen 2 'Busa water temperature sensor connector?

Post by Redseven »

Hi,
I'm preparing to make up a loom to run a gen 2 'busa with and S100.
I've identified and sourced all of the connectors I need apart from the standard Suzuki water temperature sensor.

Can anyone help with a make and part number?
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Re: Gen 2 'Busa water temperature sensor connector?

Post by Rob Stevens »

TBH you may find it simpler to change to a Bosch sensor with a standard Mini Timer connector, helps with the calibration also, it's the same thread, well on my gen1 it is. Do the oil temp & pressure while you are at it.
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A picture of said sensor and a connector would help.

Or as said, just change it.
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try Kojaykat online.
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Re: Gen 2 'Busa water temperature sensor connector?

Post by INDYabusa »

Postage will be more than the connector.
Air and water are the same, just the color is different.
Available from different sources, 1 example:
https://www.ebay.com/itm/282998022765
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Redseven
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Re: Gen 2 'Busa water temperature sensor connector?

Post by Redseven »

Thanks for the replies :-)

Rob,
Yes, I may well swap the sensors and use mini Timer connectors (and save the bother of working out the appropriate calibration for the stock Suzuki sensors.

INDYabusa, No. Gen 2 are not the same connector for water and air temperatures, and not as the one in your link. :-(

SMR,
I've now identified the connector at Kojaycat:-

https://kojaycat.co.uk/epages/950000457 ... C-2W-B-Key

Sadly, as I was planning on ordering multiple other connectors, Kojaycat now report that they will not be dispatching orders until 1st Feb at the earliest :-(
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Re: Gen 2 'Busa water temperature sensor connector?

Post by stevieturbo »

I'm using a Volvo sensor with a Hayabusa ecu and dash, and the temperature sensor reads fine. I'd say the Busa one is just a regular Bosch NTC resistance scaling that is very common.

SO in that sense it would be easy, but it's probably easier just to swap the sensor for an easy connector.
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