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16awg low resistance cable

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Wear can I get some I need about 4meters as I've got two guns to wire up

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I've tried there guy looked at me as it I was from Pluto or Japan

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It equates to 1.31mm2 but the nearest you will get here is 2mm2 but that shouldnt be a problem. They sell it by the metre

 

www.vehicle-wiring-products.eu/VWP-onlinestore/cable/thinwall.php

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I got some before ages and ages ago but forgot wear and they did by the meter and sounds about rightcheers mate

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I use VWP all the time and their service is good - usually deliver within 24 hours.

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I got some before ages and ages ago but forgot wear and they did by the meter and sounds about rightcheers mate

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They sell it but it double the price per meter and don't give core size just the awg :(

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Might try marlin again and loom with my own eyeballs instead as the guy was either a new starter or just studied as I asked for low res cable and dean's connectors he didn't know etheir (Palm to face) dhoooh

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They sell it but it double the price per meter and don't give core size just the awg :(

awg is the core size :)

Last time i bought some, i got it from a local R/C car/plane shop, and if you get the "noodle" wire stuff it is expensive (super low resistance, high flex, silicone outer etc etc)

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I could be wrong but I thought awg refers to

The metal inside like the strength and conductivity and not the core size

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I could be wrong but I thought awg refers to

The metal inside like the strength and conductivity and not the core size

AWG, stands for American Wire Gauge :) and it works in reverse to how you would expect, the lower the number the thicker the wire, higher the number thinner the wire ;)

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