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I noticed the screw terminals on the top side of the fuse block labeled ACC Terminal. Its rated for 5 amps and switches power with the key. The plastic cover looks like it creates a seal, protecting this area from water. If someone has wired off these post, where did you run the wires and is water a concern? I think you have to cut the plastic to allow the wires to come out of the top of the fuse block, but this would not protect against water then.
 

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If you look just above the screws for the "ACC Teminals" there are two fly-relief cuts in the body of the fuse block that can be used to route wire away from the terminals and also provide some degree of vibration resistance.

In this photo, you can see where the crimp area of ring terminals are pressed into these cuts... (for clarification, teh original article for this image doe indicate that the #1 fuse (ACC) was upgraded to a 10A fuse from the OEM 5A):
 

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I also used the terminals that Satan is showing to trigger an aux fuse pannel that has a built in 30 amp. relay. Works great. I have my GPS, heated grips and XM hooked up to this aux pannel. There was enough room to run the wire from the terminal.
 
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