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    Healtec Thunderbox or auxillary plug/loom
    on: 03 April, 2023, 07:20:31 am
    03 April, 2023, 07:20:31 am
    Is there a spare plug available on the Mk2 wiring loom for an aux loom to power stuff like drl's and sat navs or is the Healtec thunderbox the way to go. My mates NC750 had a spare plug on the loom of his bike and this was how he powered his lights and other  stuff. I would rather do it this way than cut into the existing loom. Cheers Broady.

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    Re: Healtec Thunderbox or auxillary plug/loom
    Reply #1 on: 03 April, 2023, 08:50:48 am
    03 April, 2023, 08:50:48 am
    Hey Broady,
    I'd be interested in the info as well but in other discussion I picked up mentions of a "front brake light switch" which seems to be an easy workaround... Though I have not investigated about its location yet.
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    Re: Healtec Thunderbox or auxillary plug/loom
    Reply #2 on: 03 April, 2023, 09:02:53 am
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    Cheers Froggymanny, if there was a place designed to be plugged into I would rather use it.

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    Re: Healtec Thunderbox or auxillary plug/loom
    Reply #3 on: 04 April, 2023, 07:06:05 am
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    There's an options connector, a yellow 6 pin spare connector, the terminals/cable colours are:

    White/Black 12v 10A ignition switched
    Red/Green 12v/20A always live
    Orange left indicator circuit
    Light blue right indicator circuit
    Green chassis ground

    On the SC58 it's found under the rear right hand cowling, buried behind the relays. I think its in the same place on the SC64 but may be different since the SC64 has a modified wiring loom.

    The front brake light switch is attached to the front lever brake, simple follow the wires, and has been used with a piggy back crimp connector by lazy boy's to power a Sat Nav. NOTE - DO NOT use it to power anything that has more than a 2A draw. Should be fine as a jump point for a Sat Nav or switched trigger for a relay but there are better points.

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    Re: Healtec Thunderbox or auxillary plug/loom
    Reply #4 on: 04 April, 2023, 08:18:51 am
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    *Originally Posted by Art [+]
    There's an options connector, a yellow 6 pin spare connector, the terminals/cable colours are:

    White/Black 12v 10A ignition switched
    Red/Green 12v/20A always live
    Orange left indicator circuit
    Light blue right indicator circuit
    Green chassis ground

    On the SC58 it's found under the rear right hand cowling, buried behind the relays. I think its in the same place on the SC64 but may be different since the SC64 has a modified wiring loom.

    The front brake light switch is attached to the front lever brake, simple follow the wires, and has been used with a piggy back crimp connector by lazy boy's to power a Sat Nav. NOTE - DO NOT use it to power anything that has more than a 2A draw. Should be fine as a jump point for a Sat Nav or switched trigger for a relay but there are better points.
    Thanks for that information Art I pick the bike up on Thursday so I will have a look around it then.

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    Re: Healtec Thunderbox or auxillary plug/loom
    Reply #5 on: 04 April, 2023, 08:41:48 am
    04 April, 2023, 08:41:48 am
    Thanks indeed Art, spot on and with the right level of details as always.
    Disassemble the rear cowl and reconnect a few poorly installed accessories - something for the coming week-end!

     



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