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Here's some pictures of where I mounted my Power Outlet. I bought it at West Marine and there is a picture of the package if you need it. It takes a 3/4" size mounting hole. The outlet cost $12.99 plus tax.

I have now uploaded the pictures of the wiriing for the power outlet. I ran the red (positive) wire back to the fuse block I had mounted earlier http://forums.kawasakiversys.com/sho...ight=Fuseblock . I used a 5 amp fuse for the application. The black wire was grounded to the frame. Now, when the key is off the outlet is off and no chance of running down the battery.

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Looks nice! I put my Powerlet outlet in the same place!

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where did you run the accesorie wires from and are there any pictures of how you did the wiring?
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Looks good not as good as mine I kid I kid no it looks really good where did you rob the power from?
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I don't know what he did, but I went to the battery with an inline fuse. I have a fuse block that I'm about to install as well.

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That outlet looks great. It looks like it's part of the original. I've been considering putting in an outlet and was thinking that spot seemed good. Now I know exactly what I'll do - copy you.

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Great Job.....I will be adding one too....need power for those cool bells and whistles....
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Looks great! Here is mine, ebay is the place!

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I like how its spring loaded....also the rubber covers...very nice
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