Join Date: Sep 2019
Location: Maine, U can't get here from there
You will find an equal amount of people "for" and "against" these things. If you are making a list you can put my name in the "against" column.
I prefer to remove a section of the insulation jacket of the wire I want to tap into, spread apart the strands into two equal groups, creating an "eye", pass the stripped end of my new wire into the "eye hole" and twist the new wire around the strands and back around itself, finish it off with high end electrical tape and add small zip ties onto both ends of the electrical tape wrapping and if the routing direction of the new wire permits, I will zip tie the new wire alongside the existing wire. Usually in a "T" connection like this adding heat shrink over the entire splice is not possible.
Yes, it's okay to live your life like there's no tomorrow, just don't FĶ©Ķ mine up while your doing it.
1984 GPZ 750 Turbo
Last edited by JunkJacket; 02-27-2020 at 06:59 PM.