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finally got around to mounting the outlet

ended up mounting it next to the instruments panel I also relocated the switch for the heated grips to a more accessible location. came out pretty clean I think.

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Does look pretty clean! What brand of outlet is that?

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Very nice.

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Does look pretty clean! What brand of outlet is that?
this is the one I ordered.
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not gonna lie I was kind nervous taking a drill to my bike
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this is the one I ordered.
No link here could you fix this as I am looking for water proof version
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No link here could you fix this as I am looking for water proof version
whoops, here we go.
http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B00791W8BW/ref=oh_aui_detailpage_o00_s00?ie=UTF8&psc=1
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Very clean install. I always get nervous taking a drill bit that big to any vehicle.
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same one I used
I also added a usb charging outlet on the other side.
what is that switch for? heated gear? aux lights?
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heated grips, not gonna mess with aux lights just yet, at the moment the existing headlight with the 65w osrams has me happy.

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heated grips, not gonna mess with aux lights just yet, at the moment the existing headlight with the 65w osrams has me happy.
I just installed oxford heated grips, and am planning to install a similar outlet connected to the batt as well... do you know if there will be issues? Would this overload the batt when used simultaneously?

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