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I got this site from the european versys forum and am quite interested in it. Anyone here heard of it and its quality? Its not a bad price I don't think. It would work well for what I need as well. I plan on running full gerbing gear + auxilery lights. It has a 30amp relay. Able to have it easily be switched or constant.
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A couple of folks on a Honda site I frequent like theirs. Gloves, vests and GPS's were the common uses.

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Looks interesting:

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looks very nice indeed. its a very simple design but effective! also 75 bucks sounds like a fair price as well, don't know if i would pay much more. the nice thing about it is that it is very small so you could fit it just about anywhere
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fjr forums speak highly of the fuzeblock.

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Good Farkle

I have it on the V and used it for the Zumo and the Warm 'n Safe electric jacket and gloves. I also have another line with a SAE plug for the Battery Tender when I'm not riding.

It sits in the drawer next to the battery. It's competition is the Centech AP1 which might be a bit bigger. The Fuzeblock is more elegant, I think.

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With the Centech it looks as though you've gotta buy extra parts and do extra work (find someplace for the relay and run all the wiring to it from the battery and then to the block). The Centech does have the benefit of being capable of running more higher draw stuff, though (70A relay available for the AP1), but everything would have to be switched. The AP2 gives some flexibility (3 switched, 2 constant), but the Fuzeblock FZ-1 (which is a bad choice of product designation given the Yamaha FZ1) looks to be the most versatile and, ultimately, cheapest (if you get the relay package from Centech).
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that is a nice looking unit. I was at frys today and saw some nice insulated terminal blocks just like on the fuzeblock unit. paired with a multi-terminal output relay, you could cheaply switch 1 or 2 extras, but for more, yea, this unit looks to be the bees knees..
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Fuseblock

Dosn't look very weather proof.
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I've got one for my Versys. Driving lights, grip heaters, GPS and Powerlet all feed into it. I like that it has the relay and ground bus built in...there are precious few places to run grounds on a bike full of plastic and painted metal. Very compact, too. Good product.


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