Acccessory power lead

Charles Scappaticci scapco at
Thu Jul 8 13:01:16 PDT 2010

Thanks Guys.  The Oxford grips (you can see them on ebay) have a nice
controller and a relay/control box built in the wiring and a bracket
to mount the controller to the clutch reservoir.  I have a friend
(yes, I do have one, LOL!) in OZ that just finished mounting on on his
Suzuki and likes how it mounts and works.  These do have a low voltage
shutoff built in, but as grumpy as the GPZ's are about low batteries I
doubt this will help much.

Charles S.

On Thu, Jul 8, 2010 at 1:05 PM, Philip Hamm <philbike20 at> wrote:
> As already stated, the accessory lead is wired live to the battery.  The clock on the dash shares the circuit.
> Since they will represent a significant power draw, I would recommend using the accessory lead for your grips.  You can install a relay so that the grips won't kill your battery if you leave them on.  I have a relay installed under the seat right where the accessory lead comes out, tapping into the license plate lamp.
> Phil Hamm

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