No. I don't know whether the fairing's accessory plug will power heated gear or not.
The outlet in the fairing is fine for heated gear. I have a TourMaster heated liner, which draws about 7 amps on max setting, and have used the fairing outlet without incident.
My liner terminates in a Powerlet male plug, so shortly after I got my XCT, I bought one of these -- http://www.powerlet.com/product/ciga...socket-cable/3
-- so I could use the dash cigarette-style outlet. I drape the whole mess over the handlebar, by the clutch area. Of course, since the dash is always "on," you have to remember to turn off (or unplug) your gear when you shut off the bike.
That said, this winter I plan on adding a Powerlet female outlet to the side-panel on the left side. This will allow a shorter route, down the left side (where the liner's wire comes out). I plan on drilling a hole through the plastic side cover, and already bought the shallow right-angle Powerlet socket for this. The trick is marking the exact place to drill, near where the plastic turns in (near the front) toward the bike. I've looked, and there's an area behind that side cover that has enough space for the plug. I did this same thing -- drilled through plastic in that area -- when I owned my 650 Burgman, and this turned out to be very convenient; see attached pic. (You can see a close-up of the drilled-through tupperware in my write-up, in this Burgman USA forum post: http://www.burgmanusa.com/forums/vie...p?f=26&t=26558
Victory does list the max charging output ("48 amps," i.e., almost 600 watts) at http://www.victorymotorcycles.com/en...specifications
, although of course they don't have an RPM vs. watts graph. However, that's a lot of watts, and with LED signals, the headlight, and spark, I would suspect that there's more than enough juice for two-up heated gear, even with the grips and seat heat on... certainly at anything above idle.