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The 2005 Majesty had 3000 km on it when I bought it in November. I have only ridden it twice (we are having our 23rd straight day of rain) so am still learning about it. So yesterday, I found this plug:



I guess the previos owner installed it. Before I use it, I had better make sure that it is fused properly.

Neat, huh?
 

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not bad, guess you got lucky. i had to install my own.

jason
 

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I am jealous of your auxilliary power plug. How could Yamaha have forgotten an easy-access feed under the tupperware and a built-in 12v port?? :roll:

RonStewart said:
The 2005 Majesty had 3000 km on it when I bought it in November. I have only ridden it twice (we are having our 23rd straight day of rain) so am still learning about it.
Can you send some of that rain down here to Texas?? These wildfires are gettin' kinda hot.... :blob6:
 

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Looks like it is the power cord for a Battery Tender: just used to maintain the battery charge level. If I'm correct, it is not an auxillary power source. Trust you are aware of this.
 

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On the one hand, that makes sense. On the other hand, if it is just a connector attached to the battery, it could be used as a power source. On the gripping hand, if it is unfused, it should not be used as a power source.

Can't imagine why the previous owner would have had a battery tender connector installed already. He didn't have it even a whole riding season. Go figure.
 

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I've put these cables on my Zumas, a Yamaha XT225, and even my airplane. I'm pretty sure it is just for the Battery Tender. But check it out to be sure. Best.
 

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Yup, it is a plug from a Battery Tender. A long time ago I put one of these on my '87 Honda CBR1000F. It gave me two advantages: it was a snap to attach my Battery Tender if I wasn't going to ride for a few days AND I hooked up a similar plug to my Widder Electric vest. I could just plug in the vest and be comfortable riding at 30 degrees (and you have very little fairing protection on a Hurricane 1000).
 
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