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Selecting a vehicle from the drop down list below will identify the specific power outlets kits that fit the vehicle. Powerlet offers all four outlet types for almost all motorcycles with this on-line vehicle selector. To find an outlet for non-motorcycle applications please call us toll free at 1-877-752-7835.

Aprilia RSV 1000 Mille RSV1000R 2004
Aprilia Mille RSV 1000 2004 - 2010
Excess Electrical
Capacity (EEC)
Handlebar: Clip-on
Fuel System: Fuel Injection
Rearset: Type 1

Aprilia Mille RSV 1000 2004 - 2010 Power Outlet Choices

PKT-042-48 Multi-Fit Panel Kit Aprilia Futura
Front - Left Panel Powerlet Socket Kit - 48" Harness
SAE Battery Lead
SAE Battery Lead
Heated Clothing Battery Harness Coax
Coax Battery Lead (Standard Duty 15 Amp 26")
PKT-042   48.95 PKT-001   16.95 PKT-064   9.95
Powerlet Socket Kit - 48" Harness ... Learn More Our SAE battery leads can handle 10 amps of current. Other SAE battery leads u... Learn More This 15 amp fused battery harness has a standard coax connector and is compatibl... Learn More
Cigarette Socket Battery Lead Power Outlet +12VDC
Cigarette Socket Battery Leads (Standard Duty 10 Amp)
Termin-8 Simpler Than A Fuseblock
Termin-8 Easier Than A Fuseblock
PKT-104 Real Motorcycle Jumper Cables
Powersport Jumper Cables
PKT-101   33.95 PKT-103   44.95 PKT-104   109.95
Quickly install a Cigarette socket on any vehicle. This kit does not require dri... Learn More Now it is easy to mount more than two or three devices at the battery post. Ter... Learn More Take the worry out of jump starting motorcycles and ATV's with this high current... Learn More

Once a Powerlet socket is installed on the Aprilia Mille RSV 1000 , the following products are plug and play using the Powerlet connector:



Aprilia RSV 1000 Mille RSV1000R 2004

This vehicle does not have a factory installed power outlet or power connector.

Excess Electrical Capacity

Excess Electrical Capacity (EEC) is the amount of excess electrical power your vehicle has in reserve to power additional devices (appliances) without draining the vehicle battery. This number varies widely depending on the manufacturer, model and sometime model year of the vehicle. How to calculate EEC can be found here.


Low Power Appliances

Most vehicles (even scooters) can operate many small appliances like cell phones and GPS units all at the same time. This is due to their low power requirements. It is safe to charge the battery or power all of the devices on this list from most any vehicle:

Cell Phones
GPS Units
Radar Detectors
Personal Music Systems
Bike-to-Bike Communicators
Laptop Computers


High Power Appliances

Due to their relatively high current draw you may have to limit the number of these devices that you run at one time:

Heated Vests35 Watts to 45 Watts
Heated Grip Wraps20 Watts
Heated Gloves20 Watts to 25 Watts
Heated Jacket Liners  70 Watts to 100 Watts
Accessory Lights110 Watts


Typical Applications

EEC Required


Cell Phones, GPS Units, Radar DetectorsAny Vehiclestar_capacity
Heated Gloves or Charge a LaptopEEC > 22 Wattsstar_capacity
Heated VestEEC > 40 Wattsstar_capacity
Heated Jacket LinerEEC > 90 Wattsstar_capacity
Auxiliary LightsEEC > 120 Wattsstar_capacity
Two Heated Liners or One Heated Liner Pants and Gloves EEC > 180 Wattsstar_capacity
Heated Jacket Liner + Auxiliary Lights EEC > 210 Wattsstar_capacity
One Heated Liner and Gloves + Auxiliary Lights EEC > 235 Wattsstar_capacity
Full Set of Heated Clothing + Auxiliary Lights EEC > 300 Wattsstar_capacity
Full Heated Clothing + Passenger Liner + Auxiliary Lights EEC > 390 Wattsstar_capacity
Two Full Sets of Heated Clothing + Auxiliary Lights EEC > 480 Wattsstar_capacity


Also see the FAQ for additional information. Email the engineers at Powerlet University for your vehicles maximum alternator output (MAO) and actual EEC.

Power Outlet Types

Decide what outlet type is best for your application(s). While more than one outlet can power multiple devices at the same time, it is also common to put more than one outlet on a vehicle. Sometimes this is required for high current loads like passenger heated clothing, or for devices in the front and rear of the vehicle like a GPS (right front) and a heated jacket liner (rear left). The four most common outlets are shown. Consider size, vibration, reliability, ease-of-use, location and how many electrical devices you may wish to power in the future.

Electrical Appliances

Consider what types of appliances you will power now and in the future. The chart below can help clarify which power outlet types are commonly used for each appliance listed.