Second post from Ghostwheel in Maine
As required, this is my second post.
This summer, I purchase a new (left over from the previous year) Versys 650 LT. I chose the lime green and it is fantastic. My initial plan was to quickly have heated grips, LED running/fog lights, the aux 12v power plug and Givi engine guards installed, but (as many here probably know) the aux relay was on back order. As of about 2 weeks ago, the relay is back in stock and I scheduled a visit to my awesome mechanic Mike (owner of JEM Motorsports Kawasaki in South Paris Maine). Of course, I scheduled he servicing immediately after a major snow storm with the temps hovering between 0 F and 25 F, so the bike went to and from the shop on a trailer.
I was (and am) very excited to get back on the bike this spring. However, while checking the internet for news/stories about the model 3 Versys 650, I came across some threads where folks were having the 5A auxillary fuse burn out with lights, 12v/usb and heated grips running simultaneously. Common thoughts seem to run to replacing the 5A fuse with a 10A. Can anyone who has done this reply with some info on how successfully this deals with the problem? A 5A fuse for all of that seems pretty ridiculous. I would have guessed each peripheral would get it's own fuse. Is that not true?
2015 Versys 650 LT