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Thanks. Would love to see an install picture.

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Thanks. Would love to see an install picture.
Go back and look. I added a picture
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Here is another from a different angle...
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There is not a lot of current leftover for heated gear. I would be more interested in finding a way to have more watts available. At one time I saw a discussion of another forum of some sort of addon to the driveshaft to drive an auxiliary generator.

With regard to location of plug or connection, I would think design param would be-
Safety and integrity of connection from mechanical abuse
Operation with gloves
Ability to self unplug when dismounting
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There is not a lot of current leftover for heated gear. I would be more interested in finding a way to have more watts available.
My old '04 ad the lowest charging capacity, a bit lower than the newer bikes. With that said, I ran a Widder vest and Widder gauntlet gloves W/O any issues.


I ran the same set up on my FZ600 which is WAY lower charging wattage wise. I did turn the controller off when stopped at a light but otherwise, running it was fine,

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Please e-mail me at [email protected] for options, pic's and prices.. Please put in the header FJR, the year and if an ES model


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You have email. But I already have a helmet lock mounted.

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You have email. But I already have a helmet lock mounted.


The pictures above are for Gen II and up bikes.


The Gen I is very different (the bracket does NOT clamp around the frame at all) :











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The Gen I is very different (the bracket does NOT clamp around the frame at all):

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There is not a lot of current leftover for heated gear. I would be more interested in finding a way to have more watts available. At one time I saw a discussion of another forum of some sort of addon to the driveshaft to drive an auxiliary generator.

Not true. A Series II or III has about 300 watts of reserve capacity as long as the engine is spinning enough to generate full charging current (590 watts at 5000 rpm). LED headlights would give you another 80 watts.


One day, I will try to measure the actual electrical power consumption of the bike.
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