The kind that someone else makes.
There are, but I ultimately just ended up using the PDF file that is available with my part:Double Thumper,
I have the same job to do, got the socket in from Rugged Roads UK arrived last week, need to figure out panel removal, and get it done, Is there any good vids on the panel removal you found, or any tips you care to share.?
I am very happy with my SW Motech center stand - since Day 0. I use it all the time and it is possibly the best I have ever used - maybe tied with the NC750X center stand.Thanks for the Info and heads up Double Thumper,
I have worked on an owned a lot of bikes, but everyone is different when it comes to pulling panels ect, currently looking to see if there is anything else I really need to fit/do under the panels and source stuff before getting into that job...
SW Motech centre stand due in 2 weeks, are you happy with yours.?
Looking at options for a rear bag/top case, something to put day ride stuff in, and got a few other bits arrived I need to fit up... Cheers W
Looks good! The DMM function is very cool.Installed this today ...
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... and it kinda looks like this ...
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An important take-away for Forum viewers is the squeeze it puts on the 12V socket rain cover. Something to keep in mind when going this route, versus say a dedicated dual USB readout instrument that is hard-wired into the dash.
- Battery voltage
- USB voltage
- USB current
BTW: That is a healthy lithium battery.
Thanks - and exactly. The Honda OEM socket is very good quality. The rain cap is very good quality too, and much better than the "knock-offs" I have seen so far. Since it is not uncommon for USB charger modules to just go "fizzzzthpt", replacement is easier this way versus replacing the hard-wired in-dash module. At least a new 12V module can be popped in from just about any store along your journey.Looks good! The DMM function is very cool.
I need to do the same thing.
Last long ride, the phone died. I was using the navigation app. Thankfully I knew the area, but it lost the kml track to share with others.
USB port with 2A output would have kept it charged for the whole ride.