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Offline Micku

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Re: finding a live for Relay
Reply #10 on: August 03, 2017, 06:18:09 PM
Good evening Skids

You can contact Murray on redacted

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Mick

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Re: finding a live for Relay
Reply #11 on: August 04, 2017, 03:18:06 PM
*Originally Posted by Micku [+]
Good evening Skids

This is Murray's original blurb:

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 successfully trialled them on the various bikes I've had over the last few years and had no problems whatsoever.

I am offering these Accessory Harnesses for general sale now.

Main Harness £13.50  bikes pre 2000,   £15.50 post 2000  including postage

Harness Extension (4 extra connection points) £5.00 

For sales you can order direct through pay pal. With payment made to bikesparks at hotmail dot co dot uk

or by cheque ( drop a line to bikesparks at hotmail dot co dot uk and I will provide my address)

Please when ordering could you leave your user name, forum ,the  year, make and model of your bike also make sure you include your address as many forget. Thanks.


If you have any questions/ concerns then please get in touch.

This is a fantastic product and has be trialled by myself and a few others and the response has been fantastic.
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 bump starts 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.


Last Edit: August 04, 2017, 03:21:52 PM by Micku

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Re: finding a live for Relay
Reply #12 on: August 04, 2017, 05:36:02 PM
Micku

Thanks. Do you have a link to a thread where he has details & photos etc of it please?
1 VFR simply isnt enough! Crossrunner for commuting, VFR1200F for summer fun.

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Re: finding a live for Relay
Reply #13 on: August 04, 2017, 07:05:28 PM
Good evening Skids

If you email Murray I'm sure he will be able to provide the said photos

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Mick

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Re: finding a live for Relay
Reply #14 on: May 30, 2019, 06:27:33 AM
Is murray still the man to contact re an accessory lead?
So much great knowledge here.

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Re: finding a live for Relay
Reply #15 on: June 09, 2019, 08:25:31 PM
What is de e mail for murray?