I am curious about the positive battery cable for the 1997 Suzuki Intruder, the bike I plan to ride in a few weeks when the snow is gone!
My bike's cable used to go from the + battery terminal to the solenoid, and from there, an auxiliary cable soldered to it would go to a plug-in connector attached to the bottom of the fusebox. My plug-in connector is broken precisel at the place where the auxiliary cable would go (a bullet connector perhaps? I am not sure).
The replacement cables for the 97 Intruder 800 which online bike stores sell (CheapCycleParts and JP Cycles come to mind) are long enough to go from the battery terminal to the solenoid but not nearly long enough to go from there to the plug-in box. Furthermore, the short auxiliary cable has what looks like a "double female" connector that does not seem attachable to anything nearby. For example, the positive screw in the fusebox would accept a ring, but not a "double female" connector.
Is anyone familiar with the cable I am talking about. If so, is there a brand that sells aftermarket positive battery cables for the 97 Suzuki Intruder?
If not, I was thinking of just purchasing the cable kit from a place like Revival Cycles and make the cable myself. Someone in the forum (Wayne) has advised on how to fix the plug-in connector with epoxy. I will do that. Does anyone know the kind of terminal Suzuki Intruder 800 uses in the plugin connector? Is it the "bullet male" connector?