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    2012 GSa Fuse block "Trigger wire" question

    Would like to see what options for wiring a fuse block (Fuzeblock, Centech) with the switchable trigger wire location. Seems like a good idea to avoid any chance of running battery down. After doing some internet search looks like using the BMW stock aux. plug 5a socket port would be a good place for this? As I understand it is a very low draw (< 1 mil) for this? Seem's like a good choice and close to the same area on bike but would like to see any suggestions.

    Sure appreciate it!

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    FUKENGRUVEN SURVIVOR akbeemer's Avatar
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    The Aux plug is a good choice. I have that set-up on my R1200R and had it on an R1200RT as well. Works just peachy.
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    Quote Originally Posted by natenvee View Post
    Would like to see what options for wiring a fuse block (Fuzeblock, Centech) with the switchable trigger wire location. Seems like a good idea to avoid any chance of running battery down. After doing some internet search looks like using the BMW stock aux. plug 5a socket port would be a good place for this? As I understand it is a very low draw (< 1 mil) for this? Seem's like a good choice and close to the same area on bike but would like to see any suggestions.

    Sure appreciate it!
    Welcome to the forum! I like to suggest the unit that Twisted Throttle sells. I is a plug and play that tales the power from your parking light.
    A bit later, I'll move your post to the Hexhead/Camhead area. Good luck, any questions- just ask. Gary
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