I'd take a photo of the seat, the connector in question and send it, along with an email to Corbin. They would be able to tell you.
As far as hooking up your bike for heated clothing,most garments should come with a 'Battery Harness'
, which is easy to hook up(just follow manufacturer's directions) Note however, that when you plug your garment into that harness, your garment will be heating at it's maximum rate and you could get too warm before long and then you'll have to disconnect it, in order to cool backdown, until you get chilled again and then have to plug it back in. Repeat cycle
You can either buy an ON/OFF Switch
which makes it a little more convenient, but leaves you in the same boat
you can invest in a Heat Controller, which cycles on/off automatically and keeps the garment at a user selected comfort level. These just simply plug into the output connector of your battery harness. There are currently two types of connections. The older SAE type and the COAX connector, which most manufacturers use today. Here's a photo with the COAX connector on the left, with the SAE one on the right.
Heat controllers come in two different varieties. You can get them so that the attach to a tank bag/piece of clothing, or even in a pocket. They can be moved to any bike that has the battery wiring harness installed. These areknow as being Portable Heat Controllers
The other ones are mounted directly to the bike and are not easily moved from one bike to another. These are referred to as Permanent MountHeat Controllers
, via a knob/button that the user selects to warm the garment to a level desired
If you are using a couple pieces of heated gear, gloves/jacket liner, it is nicer to have a separate dial to control the heat output for each garment. Although most jacket liners have connections in the sleeves to hook the gloves to and in 'Theory', are supposed to heat evenly with the jacket liner, that is not always so. Sometimes you want more heat to the glove and less to your body. A single heat controller can't accomplish that, so it's best to buy a Dual Heat Controller
(either portable, or permanent mount)which allows you to plug in 2 different garments and control each garments heat, separately