BMW R1200GS Fuel Pump Bypass Cable

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  1. Sanders

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  2. Klark

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    I will also be interested in knowing when you have these availale.

    I only have two outlets installed and they are being used for GPS and Radar Detector. I do have connector for charging my batter that I also use to power a tire pump. I would be interested in being able to use this plug. Maybe you need can a cord with the blue connector and wire and we can our own plug of choice.

    Thanks
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  4. Burnszilla

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  5. Burnszilla

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    Instruction Video complete...

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    Good video, makes it clear and looks really easy.
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  7. Burnszilla

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  8. Burnszilla

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    Thank you! I'm unemployed right now and his little project is keeping me busy. I might just start selling other stuff too. Gotta make that GS payment.
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  11. Burnszilla

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    SAE version will ship today.
    I'm still waiting for BMW plugs from my source. Should have them by tomorrow.
    Packages are all labeled and ready to fill.
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  12. sailwing2003

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    Ordered a couple of different cords tonight.

    Thanks for figuring out where to get the pump plug.
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    one question, I know what 'side seta socket' is, but what's 'left/center/right fairing'...?
    You mean the OEM pwerlet you add to the fairing?
    I have both. I think I'd rather use the fairing plug than the rear plug.
    Any diff?
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  14. Burnszilla

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    Yes. I give the option to use the fairing powerlet plug. It will reach the OEM right, left and center (touratech dash).
    Make sure your accessory socket is connected to the battery and fused. The fuel pump can blow the 5amp canbus virtual fuse.
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  15. Rapid Dog

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    ...so basically the only diff is the length?
    Mine is connected toi a Fuzebox.
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  16. Burnszilla

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    Yes.
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    First batch with BMW plugs shipped out today.
    Next batch will go out tomorrow.
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