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    Vulcan 900 WIRING

    Hello all.. I was hoping for an experienced (here is the right answer not a you should be able to answer) I have setup my 2007 Kawasaki Vulcan 900 Custom so that there is a second (accessory) fuse panel under the seat, see pic below. Currently a direct power cable from the battery to a common post on the "new" fuse panel is being used and everything is working just fine... BUT!!! I would like to wire this "new" fuse panel to a "switched" wire, meaning when I turn off my ignition key the power is cut to this "new" fuse panel. I want to make sure all my accessories have no chance of accidentally being left on and draining my battery. Do I need to worry which "switched" wire I tap into? Remember the "switched" wire I am tapping into is going to power a fuse panel with the potential of 6 accessories... currently on 4 are being used with a total fuse amp of 40 amps. (4 X 10amp fuses) Do I also need to put on a relay in between the switched wire and the positive post of the new fuse panel? Thank you. Mike
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    Electrical Connectors

    If you are doing any electrical work on your bike or car, you may have wished that there was an easier wy without soldering, crimping, etc. Just came across this product when I bought extra lights and I think it is the simplest product to use and in most cases, it also removable. Please check this website. The shipping is the same whether you buy one or several packages of assorted sizes. http://www.motorcycleinnovations.ca/category_s/2240.htm Normand CMC 089
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