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Motorcycle Electrical - Engine Management, Spark Plugs, Starters and More

Rev’ it up and keep it humming…your bike that is, with high quality electrical parts from Riders Domain. Find everything you need in a matter of minutes from power supplies, spark plugs, starters, ignition systems, rectifiers and regulators, and more. We carry electrical parts from all the top brands including Cobra, Dynojet, Vance and Hines and many more. You can easily find any part you are looking for by using our online “Parts Finder” which pulls up the parts to fit all the major bikes like Honda, BMW, Suzuki, Yamaha, and Kawasaki, to name a few. In addition to having all the motorcycle electrical parts you need, you’ll always find the best price at Riders Domain. If you need assistance, give us a call at 1-800-721-8253 or email cs@ridersdomain.com. We’re happy to help!

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  • Powerlet Plug to Rigid Cigarette Socket Adapter

    Powerlet Plug to Rigid Cigarette Socket Adapter

    Pat in OK

    powerlet plug

    Works great. Good snug fit and locks in tight. Thanks for a great product and fast delivery.

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  • SW-MOTECH Flush-Mount 12-Volt Cigarette-Style Socket

    SW-MOTECH Flush-Mount 12-Volt Cigarette-Style Socket

    VAN in IL

    Looks great but a little underpowered

    Good: I mounted the power outlet in the fairing deck of my V-Strom adventure and it looks like it came that way from the factory. Installation was easy and items plugged into the outlet stay connected. The quality is good. Not-So-Good: the outlet has a very low amp rating. It works fine to power a GPS or smart phone but it blew immediately when I tried to use a small tire inflator. The wires are small gauge so using a larger fuse to fix the problem would probably be a very bad idea. The cover vibrates off once a week or so. This isn't a problem but will let water in if it happens when it is raining. If I had to make the purchase over again, I would look for one with a higher amperage rating.

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