Thank you and thanks for the ling looks like a good item.
I added t halogen lights and went from battery and from auxiliary with a relay and a switch.
If I add anything else I will bput in the fuse block you showed me.
Happy new year.
One thing to remember and this is the reason most buy a auxillary fuse block. The Auxillary terminal is only good for 5 amps putting a larger fuse in the slot doesn't help with that restriction. So with an auxillary fuse block you use the auxillary terminal to engage the relay so all those extra things you add turn off with the KEY...
I used that information when I added a new fuse box and grounding block to my bike for some auxiliary lights and two power sockets (one in my fairing for me and one under my trunk for my passenger). I'll be posting pictures as soon as I'm done the 'winter cleanup' project...
I learn more and more every time I read this site...GREAT SOURCE OF INFORMATION!
Here's how I wired an auxillary fuse box triggered off the ACC terminal. As you can imagine, the fuses off the block can go to whatever you wish, including cigarette lighter sockets. I ADDED a 30A main fuse in parallel to the stock mainso as to not impact the bike's original power needs.
I use mine to power verious components of my sidecar so that the wife can have whatever accessories she wishes (lights, phone charger, hair dryer, waffle iron, etc)