Splices, Ring Terminals, and Solder Sleeves

Race Spec caries assorted splices, ring terminals, and solder sleeves. 

Solder Sleeves are small, hollow pieces of heat shrinkable tubing that have rings of solder incorporated into them. As they are heated, the tubing shrinks making a mechanical bond between the wires inserted into them. At the same time, the solder melts forming an electrical connection, securely splicing wires together. Coming in a variety of diameters and lengths with special features such as environmental resistances and pre-installed lead wires, solder sleeves are suitable for a wide range of wire sizes and applications.
Heat-shrinkable solder-type connectors and terminals are designed for electrical termination of multiple-wire combinations. They provide a reliable alternative to crimping, welding, or conventional twist-on-style closed-end connectors. Their unique combination of wire fixture and controlled soldering technology provides dependable electrical termination.

Ring terminals connect two or more wires to a single connection point.  Ring terminals are often used in the automotive industry and are ideal for connecting mechanical relays or contactors to engines or other automotive circuits.  When selecting the right ring terminal for your application, you should know the wire gauge and stud size to which you will be connecting the ring terminal. You will also want to keep in mind the connection environment in order to determine which type of insulation you will want to use.