This. I have the plug coming out near the left pillion peg.I have the pigtail attachment attached to the battery permanently. That way, I can just plug in the tender and leave it be. It has a cap on it to keep water/dirt out of it and it tucks away nicely out of sight.
Sage advice. There is also a battery terminal anticorrosion spray available that you spray on the bat terminals after everything is connected. Careful, it is a concoction that never really dries and once on your hands you'll spread it everywhere! It works. Never had a terminal corrode after I sprayed it. Try NAPA or any quality auto parts store.Make sure it is a tender and not a charger. You will ruin the battery. Everything I own has a tender on it. Mower, 4 motorsickles, tractor,and even my truck cause it sits up so long. I am a bad azz hard core rider. I can tell you that Ive ruined a battery or two till I got smart enough to buy many tenders. I got the cheap ones from Harbor Freight, $6ish bucs each. One of them is going on 6 years old and still going. Not one has failed. I rewire the ends on them. On my Harley I re-wired the eccessory plug in the tour pack directly to battery.
that product is a 750mA. it's perfect for charging and keeping the battery charged. it also comes w/ a long cord and all that's needed. you may use a timer to turn it on 30 min each day... that's all it takes for a good battery...You can buy a Battery Tender Jr. for $23 at Amazon.
I use one on my 900 Custom, ATV & lawn tractor with no issues.