Plug N Play Accessory Harness

#44
Harness

With the growing number of Riders fitting electrical accessories to their bikes these days .I have developed a loom that will plug into any bikes harness and will readily accept any 12v accessory. ie heated grips, sat nav,intercom, fairing lights , i-pod, din /cigarette socket, bullet cameras and digital video recorders or anything else you would care to add to your bike.
It can be fitted/removed in less than five minutes and requires very little mechanical knowledge to install.
Requires no cutting of any of the bikes wiring harness.
Runs through a switched and fused connection. ( when ignition is off there is no power,so no flat batteries)

I have sucessfully trialled them on the various bikes i've had over the last few years and had no problems whatsoever.
It removes all that frustration of having to search for a live feed.
The worry of having to "tap/cut" into the bikes main harness.
Or the niggly "did i remember to switch it off" thought followed by pics of bumpstarts flashing through your mind.

The harness plugs directly into the wiring loom and runs through a fused and a switched circuit, thereby eliminating all of the above worries. Max circuit load should NOT exceed 10 amps.


The harnesses fit most bikes (BMW canbus and Aprillia plugs excluded due to cost implications)

Cost Pre 2000 ?13.50 including postage (this includes Vfr FI)
Post 2000 ?15.50 including postage (Vtec )

I also do an extension which adds 4 extra feeds.



I accept paypal use the address below.

If you require more details please contact me bikesparksat hotmaildotcodotuk (put in the relative punctuation) of Pm me, I'm usually found on here the Pan or Cbr600 forums.

I usually try to post out within a few days of order being placed, shifts allowing.

Thanks to those who have already purchased the harness over the years.

Regards
Murray
(fink)


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So which one is the Harness? I just see wires and connectors and your gadgets.
 

bikertrash

Registered User
#48
With the growing number of Riders fitting electrical accessories to their bikes these days .I have developed a loom that will plug into any bikes harness and will readily accept any 12v accessory. ie heated grips, sat nav,intercom, fairing lights , i-pod, din /cigarette socket, bullet cameras and digital video recorders or anything else you would care to add to your bike.
It can be fitted/removed in less than five minutes and requires very little mechanical knowledge to install.
Requires no cutting of any of the bikes wiring harness.
Runs through a switched and fused connection. ( when ignition is off there is no power,so no flat batteries)

I have sucessfully trialled them on the various bikes i've had over the last few years and had no problems whatsoever.
It removes all that frustration of having to search for a live feed.
The worry of having to "tap/cut" into the bikes main harness.
Or the niggly "did i remember to switch it off" thought followed by pics of bumpstarts flashing through your mind.

The harness plugs directly into the wiring loom and runs through a fused and a switched circuit, thereby eliminating all of the above worries. Max circuit load should NOT exceed 10 amps.


The harnesses fit most bikes (BMW canbus and Aprillia plugs excluded due to cost implications)

Cost Pre 2000 ?13.50 including postage (this includes Vfr FI)
Post 2000 ?15.50 including postage (Vtec )

I also do an extension which adds 4 extra feeds.



I accept paypal use the address below.

If you require more details please contact me bikesparksat hotmaildotcodotuk (put in the relative punctuation) of Pm me, I'm usually found on here the Pan or Cbr600 forums.

I usually try to post out within a few days of order being placed, shifts allowing.

Thanks to those who have already purchased the harness over the years.

Regards
Murray
(fink)


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#50
Sorry I hav3 no components left for the 1200. I have decided to stop production of harnesses once components have been used up.
 
#55
Just found this. I’m very interested. Unfortunately I spent an afternoon making a switched supply with a relay.
I carefully hijacked the feed from the back brake connected I decrimped the original connector and re crimped with the additional cable. Didn’t think of buying the plugs.
 
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