As some of you may remember, I ran with an oil cooler installed for a brief period. Didn't like the oil cooler so I removed it. No problem....except the cooler came with a light I installed on the dash that would illuminate when the cooler fan was running..so when I removed the cooler I was left with two options...leave the light in to act as a plug or remove the light and do something with the hole in my dash. Well, some of you may remember I just bought a 12 Ford Escape..this thing came loaded included built in navigation. That left me with a newly purcharsed Garmin Nuvi. So..using the already drilled hole in my dash I screwed the ball end of a Ram mount to my dash where it is now permanetn. I already have a Ram mount for the GPS so all I needed now was power. I've always ridden with the GPS plugged into my cigarette lighter but don't like doing that becuase on sharp left turns the charger can bang against the tank. So, I ran the power cord into the fairing thru the factory hold for the clutch cable. Removing the outer fairing, I wired up an old power point I had in the shed. Plugged the GPS into the power point, zipped tied them to the fairing bracket, reinstalled the outer fairing and I now have a neatly installed GPS,...when not in use I can remove the GPS and have the ram mount on the dash as well as a small length of power cord that I can tuck up against the clutch cable. Took it for a test ride and it held up well. It's nice to have GPS without that long power cord dangling down. Thought I'd share.