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post #1 of 4 (permalink) Old 07-25-2007, 03:27 PM Thread Starter
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headed grips plug/powerlet

does anyone (ideally UK owners) know the part number or name for the plug as I`d like to power my GPS from it. maybe ID fromthe maplins or RS components catalogues

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Dunno the part number

I just popped into a BMW Dealer and picked two up of the shelf, seems to be a standard type for beemers

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Oops just realised you prob mean the connector under the front fairing

I just wired my GPS into the accessory socket using the plugs I picked up from the bmw dealer, rather than mess about with wiring looms etc

Makes it easy to remove the holder etc in a hurry

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Dunno the part number

I just popped into a BMW Dealer and picked two up of the shelf, seems to be a standard type for beemers
its not the Hella/BMW socket I talking about, but the plug Triumph use to wire in the heated grips.
using the Hella/BMW socket to power my GPS, I`m getting too much static in the audio of my starcom

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