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Discussion in 'GS Boxers' started by Rapid Dog, Oct 27, 2008.
under the tool tray area?
I've got an 1150 and I mounted it above the air box using a Kildala plate. Alternatives are the tool area, ABS pump (if you are sans ABS) or the document area if you have a 1200.
forgot to mention R1200GS
On the info bracket that's at the rear of the airbox. Fits well there.
Top of the toolless tray for me..
Right behind the tool tray, which was filled with the Autocomm and heated gear controller.
... and while you're at it, do yourself a favor and keep the wiring clean.
Try this thread there was some good information on were to install.
I'm just waiting for someone to show me up, so I have to tear it all out and start over again.
Like that's going to happen any time soon.
I'm still thinking of framing that image and hanging it on my garage wall for inscentive
1 - Mac, that shit is bad ASS!!
2 - Tom at http://www.excelcyclewerkes.com/index_files/Page577.htm has an AWESOME kit. He actually has a stainless steel mount that mounts vertically on the screw that holds the manual holder under the seat. I installed mine this weekend. Comes complete with pre wired relay. Plus he's a great guy and great customer service.
My old EOD instructor would be proud!
AHAAAAAAA, I think I found a flaw
Not really but I gotta ask, your relays aren't screwed to your battery are they?
There are always flaws! I have had a fair amount of mil-spec wiring / soldering experience, and to do it over, there are things I'd do a little differently.
Actually they are. The top of the battery where the sticker is applied is just an insert, so there is a space under the top. I popped off this cap, and bolted (with nylock nuts on the bottom) my relays. The three relays are 1) for the centech, 2) for the 4 x 55w PIAA 1100X lamps, and 3) for the Stebel horn.
mine is in a plastic box, along with the relay, mounted up front on a dash I made, it made it so only one power cable is running to the battery, everything is powered from that up front on our bike
BTW here is a compact fuse panel and relay
WOW!! :eek1 Nice Job!! What is covering the wires? Haven't seen it before but would like to use it for the longer runs (Centech box/lights/horn going to be a winter project). Thanks.
...lots of good ideas here...thanks fellas.
I'm going to look into the Excel Cycle kit.
Not a Centech but a Fuze Block... the relay is built into the unit.