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My ipod is getting older and the battery doesn't last that long anymore. I'm wondering how simple it would be to run a power outlet to the front left glovebox with the pop up door on it? I then would have to find a way to plug the ipod power charger into the new outlet without totally killing all of the space in that compartnent? Thanks, Greg
 

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Greg, there are several outlets available that will plug into the existing connector under the pocket. Just need to drill a hole to install it.

I bought connectors from EC and wired in one I got at WalMart.


I have this one in the trunk but it may work. Harold is a good guy and may have one specifically for the fairing pocket. He also has a long aux cable if you want to put it in the trunk. There are several wireless remote controls that will let you operate it. I just turn mine on and let it run.

http://cgi.ebay.com/New-Car-Charger-for ... dZViewItem


This charger works great. I've got a couple of them.
http://cgi.ebay.com/New-Car-Charger-for ... dZViewItem
 

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spine60 said:
My ipod is getting older and the battery doesn't last that long anymore. I'm wondering how simple it would be to run a power outlet to the front left glovebox with the pop up door on it? I then would have to find a way to plug the ipod power charger into the new outlet without totally killing all of the space in that compartnent? Thanks, Greg

Greg, go here http://www.hondadirectlineusa.com/stores/product.asp?pid=887&str=4&ID=476634824

This will plug into the connector next to the AUX plug under the pocket.





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I put the EC outlet in the trunk and front left pocket, very handy, put if I power an Ipod while playing and riding the high pitch whine will make you turn it off and listen to the radio.
 

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I installed the EC auxillary outlet in the left fairing pocket and cut some foam rubber so the Ipod lays flat face up with a car power cord attached to the ipod while the bike is underway.

Install the auxillary jack and listen to the tunes through the stereo system

Doesn't get any better!
 
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