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Chris ofc

Thought id show this here.. for anyone wanting to do the same.

I wired up a fuse-box in the bottom of the Frunk, drilled some holes to the battery compartement and hooked up all my different accessories.
The negative terminal is under the right fairing (A plastic box with a screw in it, nothing fancy)

The fuse box is switched on by a relay.

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baben

But where do you hide your drugs stash now you have put a fuse box in the hidey hole?:dielaugh:

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MikeBike

Welcome Chris. Nice that your first post is one to share.

Where/how did you tap into the switched live and put the relay?

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Chris ofc

I might aswell post all the things i did to my Honda NC750X wiring/electrical wise in the last few days.
PS: Sorry for the grammar mistakes, i am from the Netherlands :angel:


Wiring:

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Things connected:

- 12 volt socket in fairing for use with gerbing heated gloves / charging phone 
- Wired spotlights to the fuse box 
- Gerbing heated grips
- Navigation tomtom


Electrical part connections etc.
 

I took the switched live directly from the fuse box.

Honda normaly has a "accesoire wiring loom fuse kit" including a relay and a small 7.5 amp fuse.
I do not (and am never planning) on using the acc harness from Honda. So i used a Mini low profile tap fuse to tap into the 7.5 amp fuse supplied with the honda kit.
I soldered two wires to the fuse tap and connected those to my different relays.

 

Here's a picture from a few days earlier showing the two switched lives wires from the fuse box (on the left) 

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I also mounted a Stebel Nautilus horn to the NC (wired directly to the battery because of the 25 amp fuse needed in this wiring loom)

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Also led indicators (all fairings were off, might aswell)

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The next project will be changing my taillight to a different unit and putting an extra brake light in my SW-motech topcase.

Rear light:
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Light for topcase:
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baben

I am impressed. Electricity is a form of black magic so far as I am concerned and my soldering skills would have probably resulted in the entire bike, garage and house going up in flames.  No need to apologise for the grammar by the way, better than my Dutch and probably English.

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Dunnster

Thanks for sharing Chris and welcome along :welcome:

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Chris ofc

Mounted the new taillight and wired in a cable for the topbox brakelight

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