|07-04-2008, 10:20 PM||#1|
Joined: Jun 2005
Location: Redwood City, California
FuzeBlock Install on a R12GS
Last year I installed a Blue Seas fuse box into the tail of my GS and a few of you guys said it was a stupid idea and "you'll end up moving it some day." Well that day has come. I was looking for a smaller size fuse block that would fit under the seat where I wanted it. I saw the 'behind the tank fuse block' install on 1150GS and thought it could be done on the 1200, but a smaller fuse box would be needed. Along comes the www.fuzeblocks.com.
I first tested with a vertical install of the box but it hit the inside of the top of the seat.
First, I cut a mounting plate out out aluminum.
Then I mounted to the bracket with 3m 2 way tape and the mounting screw. I removed the zip tie as it was not needed.
The only con of the fuzeblock is that the conacts on the back are exposed and short circuits are possible. So, I covered the solders with electric tape.
Stephen -- 2007 R1200GS & 2002 XR650R
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Burnszilla screwed with this post 07-07-2008 at 04:03 PM
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