Universal Power Plugs

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Universal Power Plugs
$12.95 to $19.95
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Provides power to any device on your motorcycle. Power for GPS, radar detector, laptop or whatever else, our Power Plug is the solution. Accepts all male cigarette lighter type connectors with sealed cover for protection from water.

Available in 4 models: Universal, Fairing Pug & Play for Honda GL1800 Gold Wing, Trunk Plug & Play for GL1800 Gold Wing, and for ST1300 (ST1300 requires Hondaline Quartet Harness for use).

36 Member Reviews

milan, TN
Great Plug

I bought the one for the fairing,put it inside the glove box on left side of bike.I charge cell phone,mp3 player and it is totally out of the weather.Install was very easy used a hole saw to drill the hole then it was plug and play after that..I give this 5stars...

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St. Chales, MO
easy isntall

Easy insatll drill a hole, snap into place and plug it in. About 5 min. It looks as good as the Honda part and fits the same place.

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Wing Rider
Monument, CO
Custom install in fairing pocket on 2012 GL1800

I just installed this on the my 2012 GL1800. One of the reviewers said that it interferes with the heat vent mechanism. It does not if you install it as instructed. You must drill the hole on the small upper right side of the fairing pocket where the X indicates to drill.

I drilled the hole slightly smaller than the recommended size, then carefully pushed and turned the power plug through the hole. This effectively created a threaded hole on the fairing into which the power plug is secured. I also used the included rear nut for extra support, but it is not really necessary with the tight fit I have.

As mentioned by other reviewers this has an inline 3 amp fuse. Check the accessories you are planning on running off of this plug. I am running a 1.85 amp air pump and a Garmin navi - so no problems blowing my fuse.

9 out of 10 people found this helpful
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Easy install for trunk plug

I have a 2012 Goldwing, which has a power cable with a blue end in the trunk. The blue cable gets power when the bike is turned on and not continuously like the red-end cable. I taped the plug to the back of the trunk liner to help find a good location, which was tricky due to the shape of the trunk and location of the trunk lock controller. A 1-1/8 " hole saw worked perfectly.

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Perth, Australia, AU

Bought the trunk power plug and installed it.
Product is ok and quality is good.

Only drama when installing was my hole-saw wobbled and the hold cut too big - but I fixed it by cutting the grips on the side of the socket and expanded them once
I pushed the connector into the hole and then applied silicone. (at least it's in the trunk lid and not for all to see).

Take my advice, drill out a piece of old plastic or very thin timber and test the connector fit before you drill your expensive plastic.

Good luck and a wise investment.

PS - remember, the outlet is always HOT - even with the ignition off...so mind you don't kill your battery..

7 out of 8 people found this helpful
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