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Old 09-21-2013, 03:34 PM   #61
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http://www.snafu.org/pics/r1200gsw/2013/0715-wiring/
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Old 09-21-2013, 03:40 PM   #62
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Have a look at the PDM60 by Rowe. Programmable, no fuses (circuit breakers), sealed (potted), very compact.

You can hide it deep because you never have to access it for fuse replacement.

http://www.rowe-electronics.com/modules
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Old 09-21-2013, 06:24 PM   #63
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I found an unconventional spot to for the a fuse panel and a relay. After removing the charcoal canister and associated plumbing, I had a considerable space under the fuel tank and put it ot a good use. The picture id from install in progress, at the end it looked somewhat cleaner. Although Touratech panel wasn't the best choice.

I have a lot of bike powered electrics: Dimmable pair of Aux LEDs with their own on/off and dimmer switches, another 5 LEDs coming up with the high beam, LED side markers/ turn signal repeaters in the handlebars, camera, 2 USB chargers, GPS, voltmeter, garage door opener, top case brake light and heated gear outlet.
Despite so much crap on the bike, this is how my underseat space looks like:
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Old 09-21-2013, 06:53 PM   #64
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I found an unconventional spot to for the a fuse panel and a relay. After removing the charcoal canister and associated plumbing, I had a considerable space under the fuel tank and put it ot a good use. The picture id from install in progress, at the end it looked somewhat cleaner. Although Touratech panel wasn't the best choice.

I have a lot of bike powered electrics: Dimmable pair of Aux LEDs with their own on/off and dimmer switches, another 5 LEDs coming up with the high beam, LED side markers/ turn signal repeaters in the handlebars, camera, 2 USB chargers, GPS, voltmeter, garage door opener, top case brake light and heated gear outlet.
Despite so much crap on the bike, this is how my underseat space looks like:
Wow, that's really a good found.
However, it would be not really convenience for replace the burn fuses on the road side. If putting under the seat, just need the key to remove the seat.
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Old 09-22-2013, 06:09 PM   #65
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Wow, that's really a good found.
However, it would be not really convenience for replace the burn fuses on the road side. If putting under the seat, just need the key to remove the seat.
My 2 cent.
The panel is easily accessible without removal of the gas tank. Just need to take the left lateral panel off, which is easy. Anyway, the panel has only a single ingress fuse, all outputs are protected electronically and should reset automatically after a short. I hope to never test this :)
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Old 09-22-2013, 08:09 PM   #66
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The panel is easily accessible without removal of the gas tank. Just need to take the left lateral panel off, which is easy. Anyway, the panel has only a single ingress fuse, all outputs are protected electronically and should reset automatically after a short. I hope to never test this :)
Great, you seemed cover them all.
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Old 06-04-2014, 12:35 PM   #67
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Fuzeblock install

This has given me a wealth of information on installing a fuze block on my 2011 BMW GSA, my challenge is my G650GS and where to put the block and what wire is the trigger. I kind of feel that a fuze block is overkill since the bike is light on excess power and I only want to add a GPS, a phone usb port, and auxiliary lights. Then the question comes up is there enough power generated while riding to run all this stuff?
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Old 06-05-2014, 06:50 AM   #68
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This has given me a wealth of information on installing a fuze block on my 2011 BMW GSA, my challenge is my G650GS and where to put the block and what wire is the trigger. I kind of feel that a fuze block is overkill since the bike is light on excess power and I only want to add a GPS, a phone usb port, and auxiliary lights. Then the question comes up is there enough power generated while riding to run all this stuff?
GPS and USB are minimal draw on any system. If the aux lights are LED they are low draw as well. Should be no problem. I like the Fuzeblock because it will let me easily assign multiple items to switched power. Keeping the battery area clean and well connected is a bonus for me.
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Old 06-05-2014, 02:06 PM   #69
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Trigger

Can anyone tell me what wire to use for the trigger wire on a 2009 G650gs? I see in the earlier posts what to use on my 2011 R1200 GSA but don't know is the same color pattern holds on the 650.
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Can anyone tell me what wire to use for the trigger wire on a 2009 G650gs? I see in the earlier posts what to use on my 2011 R1200 GSA but don't know is the same color pattern holds on the 650.
I just googled "g650gs Fuzeblock" and found 4-5 threads on the subject...
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Old 06-05-2014, 06:02 PM   #71
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