TXL vs Tefzel | Concentric Twisting Wiring [HPA Q&A]

TXL vs Tefzel | Concentric Twisting Wiring [HPA Q&A]


– Matt has asked, is it possible to use
TXL wire with a concentric twist technique?
Yeah absoutely it is.
I would say that if you are going to be
doing a concentrically twisted harness,
that you’re probably more likely to end
up using a tefzel wire.
And the reason for this is that most
concentrically twisted harnesses,
the cost of the wire becomes a pretty
small component in the entire construction.
We’re probably also going to be making it
with Autosport connectors.
We’re going to be using heat shrinking
boots and all of those sorts of expensive
components so the saving on a TXL wire
versus tefzel probably isn’t going
to make a lot of sense and of course as we
said at the start, the diameter of your
overall wire is a lot smaller for tefzel in
comparison to TXL,
bringing down the overall bundle size.
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