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Hey guys,

Thought id share my little modification. I wanted a factory looking USB source. 

 

Heres what I come up with. 

 

1 x Aepro CB Guard Mount Aerial Bracket CBBU2

 

1 x EMGO USB CHARGER W/CLAMP

 

Drilled the top hole with a step drill bit to 28mm to fit the charger.

 

Then drilled the smaller hole with a 6mm drill to fit the factory bolt when mounting.

 

The extra hole can be used to mount a switch to cut power.

 

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An excellent solution Lindsay and thanks for sharing. Great photos wink



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Where is the best place to connect a usb socket electrics to, and what size fuse would be needed.



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Took mine straight of the battery and the kit came with the fuse



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My direct power comes straight of the battery through a 5amp fuse and relay.

Positive trigger source is coming from my tail light. This will now turn on and off with the ignition.


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why would you use a relay usb does not draw much power

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Correct, but this usb has an illuminated light built it which will drain the battery.

So I had to add a relay in to solve this problem. Much cheaper then buying anther usb charger.

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