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Wannaviper
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Wannaviper

Expert, Male, from West Gardiner, Maine

Wannaviper was last seen:
Feb 27, 2017 at 3:33 PM
    1. jagger2014
      jagger2014
      so you can wire it to 12 volt with no issues......Im assumeing the cradle regulates the voltage dwn from 12 volt....im I correct on that.......I really don't want to fry my unit...lol
      1. Wannaviper
        Wannaviper
        I actually have three of the AMPS cradles; one on my Viper, one on my motorcycle, and one on my ATV. All are direct wired to 12 volt batteries, and I just switch my Montanna back and forth depending upon which "vehicle" is in season! Not sure how the voltage is regulated, but the cradle definitely takes care of it.
        Dec 15, 2015
      2. jagger2014
        jagger2014
        awesome ....thanks for the info.....I guess its back to the garage again tonite....lol
        Dec 15, 2015
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    Gender:
    Male
    Birthday:
    December 9
    Location:
    West Gardiner, Maine
    Country:
    USA
    Snowmobile:
    2016 Viper XTX SE; 2015 Viper DX LTX; 2013 Vector LTX; 2015 Phazer XTX; 2014 Viper XTX SE; 2013 SRX 120