GPZ - "hot hands"
jlmdx at hotmail.com
Wed Nov 12 07:15:18 PST 2008
So the relay method it is.
I ordered one last night and will be installing it this weekend - hopefully.
I found that the accessory lead in the tail section of the GPZ is on a 10AMP fuse and shared only with the LCD clock (and possibly the rear parking light).
And being it's right next to the tail light, and my current hothands wiring, I'll be using the tail light lead as the relay's switching source.
Thanks for the info all. Happy riding, john
> Date: Tue, 11 Nov 2008 21:14:48 -0500> From: suprhtr at columbus.rr.com> To: gpzlist at micapeak.com> Subject: RE: GPZ - "hot hands"> > > ---- shampson <shampson at gmx.co.uk> wrote: > > I used a relay when I fitted some Symtec's > > > > I went one further. My headlight has its own relay pair and I power the high/low beam relays and the grip heaters off the original headlight circuit.> > The headlight relay harness came from:> > http://easternbeaver.com/Main/Products/H4_Kits/h4_kits.html> > Now the headlights are brighter (heavier gauge wire) and have their own in-line fuse, and the grip heaters don't dim the lights.> > Regards,> Paul in Ohio
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