AMP Universal Power
Be aware that there are two versions of the pins used, one for thin cables 26-22 AWG, and one for thicker cables 20-16 AWG. It can also be a bit confusing that the "male" plugs use "female" pins, and the other way around.
It is advisable to buy pins for thicker wire as the parts that crimp the wire and insulation can be trimmed down allowing them to be used on thinner wire as well as thicker wire.
AWG#20-16 Female pin for male housing - 175152
AWG#26-22 Female pin for male housing - 175151
AWG#20-16 Male pin for female housing - 175150
AWG#26-22 Male pin for female housing - 175149
Blast City ( 18+12 pin i/o board -> loom ) : 282329-1
What they look like
Video on how to remove pins from male contact
Where to get them
http://www.digikey.com/ - search for part numbers above
http://www.onlinecomponents.com/ - search for part numbers above
http://uk.rs-online.com - search for part numbers above