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  1. #1 Wiring Loom 
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    Hi Folks.
    Are wiring looms still available for Cabrio. Price and availability anyone ?
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    Try Google for Locost wiring looms. or visit http://www.carbuildersolutions.com/u...-wiring-module
    What you will need will depend on the Donor car
    Cabrio, Omex 2.0l 170bhp Zetec blacktop, Omex ECU and wiring loom.
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    Quote Originally Posted by baldyman 2 View Post
    Hi Folks.
    Are wiring looms still available for Cabrio. Price and availability anyone ?
    If Premier Wiring looms are still in business you will not find a better supplier - I am no relation but Alan Boxshall was extremely knowledgeable, and helped me way beyond anything I could have expected. I can not recommend him too highly. I hope he is still in business - and don't worry that he is based in Spain.

    sales@premierwiring.co.uk

    Not sure what he would charge if still in business, but I paid 200 for a complete loom including all the relays and fuse boxes for a loom designed specifically for a Marlin (as opposed to a generic loom). It made life so easy for someone who dreaded the electrics aspect of my build.

    Good luck

    Mike
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    what Mike says is true.
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    Quote Originally Posted by baldyman 2 View Post
    Hi Folks.
    Are wiring looms still available for Cabrio. Price and availability anyone ?
    Thanks folks,Im exploring all avenues at the moment.
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  6. #6 Re: Wiring Loom 

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    When i had my roadster the builder run everything and i mean everything in red wire. I ended up ripping the whole lot out and ordered a loom from premier wiring and it made the job very easy including all the dials etc.
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    Have a look at Rapidfit Looms, http://www.rapidfitlooms.co.uk . They do a number of stock looms for kit car applications. Was pointed in their direction by another Sportster builder who highly recommended them. Just ordered mine so can't comment personally as haven't seen it yet.
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