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13.6v where?

Where is the best place to get power from to run radar detector and other low power stuff that turns off with the ignition?
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There are Red-Black wires going to the front city lights that might be a good spot. The red-blacks are switched power and go everywhere. I believe on the 2017-2018 there is diagnostic port that is accessible up front. It should have a red-black going to it.
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@Rick150 . I removed the L/H inner faring cover and there is a plug with foam around it that is the diagnostic port. It has a Brown with a white stripe wire that is switched power. Brown/white goes all over to power many things on the bike. Hope that helps.
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