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Powerlet Dual Keylock Kit Yamaha FJR1300
The Powerlet Dual Keylock Kit delivers two outlets for heated clothing, battery charging, powering Luggage Electrix, inflating tires or any other accessory.
- Designed to utilize existing holes in the rear subframe that locate the lock
- Clean installed appearance
- Kits are ordered for the right or left side of the bike
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Reviews & Questions
Kit comes with directions, the harness, powerlet plugs, a M5 50mm bolt and some zip ties.
Directions seem straight-forward until you get to the part where you actually install the powerlet part.
Problem #1 is that you will need a security torx kit to undo the lock bolts. I got a dewalt one from Amazon for a few bucks with about 20-30 different pieces.. This is mentioned on the directions but not on the box.
Problem #2 Routing isn't as easy as they make it out to be. Aside from the under the tank part, you gotta loosen the left-middle fairing to help push the connections through available holes.
Problem #3 The 50mm bolt is an M5 when in reality you need an M6 bolt to keep the plates together. This is important because inside the lock box the screws thread through the lock itself and then through a back retention plate with the bolt threads. If both the screws come out, the plates come loose and require a bit of work to realign. For me the M5 was useless per directions so I took it off, thus freeing all the plates, and I had to manually realign the plates using (and I cant make this up) two dental picks and an awl. I found that what works best is:
1) Aligning the plates using the picks and awl
2)Screwing in the bottom security screw without the plate
3)screwing in the powerlet plate using the security screw into the top hole a few threads
4) unscrewing the bottom screw and wiggling it out while still having the top screw threaded
5) tightening the top screw and aligning the bottom plates using the picks
6) screwing in the bottom screw
Installation of this item took about 4 hours for a job that should have only taken 1-2. If I didn't have the awl, picks and a lot of patience I might have lost my mind with this mod.
This product the way it is made now is a great Idea, but I cannot recommend it for others to use.
over 2 years ago