Join Date: Jan 2016
Location: Livin' in a Poor Man's Shangri, La. aka New Orleans
a lot of people use the heated grips fuse wire, under the front seat toward the front. I tried that, but switched to the tail light wire instead. The reason I did was that the delay-to-off of the grips wire was unsuitable for me, it was too short. I wanted to have something that was on-off with the ignition and it was not.
So, I used the tail light wire and set the delay I wanted on the PDM. That said, that grips wire works fine for many people, and may for you. I do NOT know how it plays with the delay settings in the PDM, but the tail light works fine. If you use it, look for it NOT at the tail light plug insertion, but along the side where it is wrapped with other wires and tucked under the frame of the rear rack...much easier to get to and tap.
also, Many people just use the positap, but many will hit the trigger with a bit of solder. I did the solder thing, but 1) I am anal about these things and 2) I only wanted to do it once.
Search for this info over on advrider.com and you'll find a lot of info on this.
You need a windows computer to set the delays on the PDM, unless that changed, and it can be tricky, it was for me, because the process is a bit confusing, though there are instructions...again advrider is your friend on this.
Because it was confusing, I wrote it down--my process-- and have it tacked to the wall in my basement. the PDM has been in place for nearly three years and over 50k miles and I have not needed to tweak my initial settings.
Can't help on the weisers, sorry.
If you haven't purchased the PDM yet, look at the EZCan as an alternative, lots of people happy with it. When I put the PDM on, it was the latest and greatest.