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    Neat electrical stuff

    I have no affilitation with these guys. But their stuff looks kind of cool.
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    I have seen this site posted within other motorcycle forums and have not used them. No one posted any negatives so, I am contemplating buying one of the plugs to add to the dash of my 2002 RT, just like the one that was on my old 1996 RT (why did BMW eliminate this plug position?). At $14.95 it sure beats the dealers price!

    Anyone else buy a powerlet from Jastech?

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    Moterbiker and I have plenty of their stuff. Only good things to say about them.

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    thanks for the link Kboy. I'm at the start of electrifying a tankbag.

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    Originally posted by knary
    thanks for the link Kboy. I'm at the start of electrifying a tankbag.
    You're welcome. That kit they've got for that purpose looked pretty intriguing to me. Quick disconnect, plugs into a BMW outlet and it gives you a dry place to keep your music, nav, coffee maker.
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    This stuff looks cool, but I have just as good of luck running the adapter cord from my plug and running into the top of my tank bag. All you have to do is zip it up around the cord.

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    Originally posted by YB in IN
    This stuff looks cool, but I have just as good of luck running the adapter cord from my plug and running into the top of my tank bag. All you have to do is zip it up around the cord.
    I like to get stuff out of my tankbag often. I've found that the fewer cords there are dangling out around the zippers, the faster I can get back to moving down the road after using something in the tankbag (most likely the camera).

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    Originally posted by knary
    I like to get stuff out of my tankbag often. I've found that the fewer cords there are dangling out around the zippers, the faster I can get back to moving down the road after using something in the tankbag (most likely the camera).
    I was out for a ride with Rich Loving a few weeks ago. He keeps his camera on a tether like the ones the girls at KMart use to organize thier keys. He hangs the tether around his neck and sticks the camera in the big ol' upper right pocket in his stich. He can reach in and turn on the camera, pull it out, take a picture and then safely stow it away with one hand, without stopping.

    I think that's kind of cool.
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