What do you mean by bare leads? Do you want a source for corresponding connectors? If you truly want bare leads, yes, just cut the connectors off and strip the insulation off the wires.Brand new to the bike (2014). I have the accessory sub harness and want to install 2 USB ports. Before I cut two of the two pin plugs off is there a source for bare leads to this plug?
"There are 3 connectors to play with once the subharness is installed – 2 of them have 2 wires (brown and green) and one of them has 3 wires (brown, green, and blue). In all cases the green wires are ground and the brown wires are switched 12V+ from the relay and fuse. The blue wire is the 5V+ Lo Beam signal (for 2016-2020, 12V+ on Hi Beam for 2015 and earlier). Matching companion connectors are readily available at cycleterminal.com (an SC110-3 connector will plug into a 2-wire connector and an SC110-4 mates with the 3 wire connector). I'm gonna use the 3-wire connector for the aux lighting; the two 2-wire connectors could be used to supply power for any other purpose, like running a GPS or charging a phone or whatever as long as the total load (including OEM heated grips, if installed) thru the fuse is around 7 amps or less."Yes, looking for the corresponding connectors.
That is cycleterminal.com, right? Great site - I have bought a bunch of stuff from them. The owner, Joe, is very helpful and quick to reply to e-mail, so if you ever have any questions I highly suggest shooting him a message before ordering: [email protected]Thanks a bunch for the reply. These are the plugs for the two wire, correct?