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    tire pump
    on: Apr 07, 2016, 09.46 pm
    Apr 07, 2016, 09.46 pm
    Hi everyone

    Has anyone tried to use a portable DC powered tire pump connected to either the 12V outlet in the glovebox or either of the 12V BMW-style outlets by the engine or the pillion seat?

    Just don't want to blow a fuse like I've done on other bikes...

    Thx for any feedback :002:

    Ride safe(and fast)

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    Re: tire pump
    Reply #1 on: Apr 07, 2016, 09.49 pm
    Apr 07, 2016, 09.49 pm
    I hooked a fused pig tail up to my battery.
    Same one I use to plug in my heated gear.
    I think it is the same one for a battery tender?

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    Re: tire pump
    Reply #2 on: Apr 07, 2016, 09.56 pm
    Apr 07, 2016, 09.56 pm
    *Originally Posted by dlrph [+]
    Hi everyone

    Has anyone tried to use a portable DC powered tire pump connected to either the 12V outlet in the glovebox or either of the 12V BMW-style outlets by the engine or the pillion seat?

    Just don't want to blow a fuse like I've done on other bikes...

    Thx for any feedback :002:

    Ride safe(and fast)


    The outlet low on the left side of the engine is direct to the battery.  Or at least it is hot all the time.  Engine running or not.  I've used this to power a 12v pump.  I also use this outlet for the Battery Tender.

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    Re: tire pump
    Reply #3 on: Apr 07, 2016, 09.59 pm
    Apr 07, 2016, 09.59 pm
    Thanks guys really appreciate it  :152:

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    Re: tire pump
    Reply #4 on: Apr 08, 2016, 01.19 am
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    I have used the one by the engine for tire pump, air mattress pump, heated gear, you name it.

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    Re: tire pump
    Reply #5 on: Apr 08, 2016, 09.40 am
    Apr 08, 2016, 09.40 am
    I use and carry an AirMan Tour Compressor with me at all times..
    Powered from the Power Outlet on the LHS of the Engine and with the Engine Running

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    Re: tire pump
    Reply #6 on: Apr 08, 2016, 05.07 pm
    Apr 08, 2016, 05.07 pm
    *Originally Posted by BigD [+]
    The outlet low on the left side of the engine is direct to the battery.  Or at least it is hot all the time.  Engine running or not.  I've used this to power a 12v pump.  I also use this outlet for the Battery Tender.

    +1 with no fuse issues

    Studley

     



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