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Fitting oxford hot grips to zx12r

I am going to fit oxford hot grips but dont want it to come on if the igniton is off how should I wire it?

Any help greatly appreciated

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SOURCE: ignition switched supply for oxford heated grips

you can wire it directly to the ignition switch

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You must have wired them into the same circuit as the tachometer
Wire the grips direct to switch & battery only


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