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Discussion in 'Equipment' started by seniorasi, Jan 25, 2013.
nice but all the wires are the same color, makes trouble shooting a PITA.
With the heat controller you are almost never at full blast. The individual circuits can really handle 15 amps. You will be fine.
Yes, I know they say ten each, but they are under rated IMHO.
Look a bit closer - one side of the fuse is labeled with its destination. As long as the wires are run neatly, tracing them won't be too difficult.
Here's a link to my Centech AP-2 fuse block. BTW< the unattached red wire is for my Stebel horn relay...this pic taken in mid-installation.
Hint for the R1200GS guys!
Pull the strap out and seal the hole. It is neater and keeps water from your rear wheel from splashing your fuse box.
The Fuzeblock arrived in today's post. I'm about to order some Gerbing's surface mount plugs...just need to figure out where to mount the controllers and the plugs on my 2012 GSA. I think I'll run two controllers with two plugs/circuits. I'll be able to run pants/socks on one and gloves/liner on the other.
Room for two. I also use it to receive power from my battery tender.
I have my usb here, but right behind there, on the tank cover, is a great place for the controllers for your Gerbing. I have a friend who has his there.
Cool! Thanks for the info. I'll go out to the shed and take a look at your placement. It appears they'll work perfectly there and i can put the controllers in my tank bag for portable rather than permanent use.