Join Date: Jan 2007
Location: St. Louis, MO, USA
You can use 3M dual lock and stick it right on the plastic fender for very easy access. The main supply wires will slide under the front cross member for an almost totally hidden look. I think I removed two of the four little mounting feet from the centech by using a pliers and kind of spinning them in the circuit board (gently, don't break the board) until they became loose enough to remove. This is a great setup with very easy access to the fuses and wires. I found it on this site, as I would have never thought that it would fit there. I then took a piece of duct tape and stuck it on the plastic behind the AP1 and wrote on it with a sharpie to identify the fuses.
By the way, easternbeaver.com makes some really nice prefabbed wiring/relay kits for the AP1. I highly recommend using one of his kits. He does an excellent job and his work if of the highest quality. Definitely worth the $40 or so I paid him for the harness.
Bob Holthaus - St. Louis, MO - '03 K1200GT - Lite Buddies - MV Adjustable Risers - V1 - Mix-It2 - FIAMM's - CQ HID - Zumo 550 - PIAA 004XT - Custom LED front markers - Aeroflow Tall Sport Screen