Many UTV owners find themselves wanting to take their machine out on the street to cruise around or to drive to their favorite spot without having to load up a trailer. Unfortunately, the brand new Kawasaki KRX did not come with common functions like you would see in the daily driver. Without turn signals or a horn, it is highly unsafe to take the machine out onto the road. XTC Power Products has recently dropped their latest addition to their functional upgrades that many owners seek.
XTC engineered a wiring system to support automated turn signals (ATC). With a simple press of a button on an illuminated rocker switch, the turn signals will be triggered for a short period. This function is perfect for lane changes that don’t require prolonged signaling. By long-pressing the button, the turn signal will engage for a longer period of time for making left or right-hand turns. After the signals are initiated, you can manually cancel the signaling. Also attached to this system is a horn to alert other drivers on the road.
In addition to the ATC system, XTC also released a power control system to simplify the factory wiring for extra accessories. With 6 bays of protected circuits, you can wire up any 12v accessory and have no worries of there not being a sufficient amount of power. Voltage spikes are significantly decreased due to the relays and diode protection utilized within the system. This is a plug-and-play system for ease of installation and keeps everything organized!
- Uses factory tail lights for rear signals
- Includes two .75″ 3 LED amber lights
- Plug-and-play kit
- Made in the USA!
- Optional license plate harness included
- Illuminated switches included
Switch Panel Features:
- Plug-and-play system
- 6 switches
- x4 20 amp relay circuits with x2 10 amp direct switch circuits
- Fuse box built-in
- 8GA Wiring through the whole system with single 50 amp circuit breaker
- Made in the USA!
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