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Wow. This was a little project. Relatively simple because you don't have to use a lot of wire. Its the NOS 2.5 lb bottle heater with thermostat. Had to use male/female spade connectors so I can take it off. The directions are great. Comes with connectors, switch, thermostat and wire. I had to take some of the plastic cover off of the connectors because they didn't fit together. My bike has so many wires now, that there isn't much room for anything else.


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my mom used a bottle warmer when i was a baby.

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Ran out of time and light last night. I will get pics of the heater and the gauge tonight.


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Wow. This was a little project. Relatively simple because you don't have to use a lot of wire. Its the NOS 2.5 lb bottle heater with thermostat. Had to use male/female spade connectors so I can take it off. The directions are great. Comes with connectors, switch, thermostat and wire. I had to take some of the plastic cover off of the connectors because they didn't fit together. My bike has so many wires now, that there isn't much room for anything else.
Did it come with a relay? As far as the thermostat goes I usually do away with it since you have a pressure gauge. The only thing is you can't walk off and leave the heater on. :headshake

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Yes, it came with a relay.


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