Universal Motorcycle Fuse Block

Fuzeblocks

Universal Motorcycle Fuse Block
Your Price
$89.99
Item #:
FBFZ1
89.99

With the FZ-1 in place you can power all kinds of motorcycle accessories including, but not limited to, auxiliary lighting, GPS, radar detector, CB/FRS/GMRS radio, heated grips, XM radio, audio mixers, intercom system and any other device requiring 10A or less. Any of these accessories can have constant or switched power by simply placing the fuse in the correct position for the power desired.

Installation for the FZ-1 fuse block requires no crimping. All connections are made by heavy duty screw terminals that can accept up to a 12 gauge wire. All the FZ-1 needs is +12VDC, ground and a +12VDC switched source to make it fully functional. The unique board layout provides six individually fused circuits that can supply constant or switched power for each accessory depending on your needs. Check out all the features the FZ-1 has to offer and you'll agree that it makes powering your accessories easy.

Normally, to have switched and constant power for your accessories, two fuse blocks are required. One is wired directly to the battery for constant power and the second fuse block is wired through a relay for switched power. The FZ-1 eliminates the need to wire two fuse blocks by providing both types of power in one unit. It reduces the wiring by more than half and allows you to select what type of power you want for each output. The FZ-1 is easy to install, reduces the amount of wiring time required and is about the size of a pack of cigarettes. The unit is great for experts who want a simple installation and for novices who are electrically challenged.

5 Member Reviews

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7/14/2013
Rick G.
Lime Lake, NY
50_stars
Very Effective device

With all the electrical additions you can buy for your Wing these days, this little beauty is a must have. You can install devices to be on a switch or they can be installed always live by just changing the position of the fuse in the box.

I installed my unit in the lower trunk to give easy access to it. I cut a hole behind the seat to run all the wires. My switch is from a set of switches installed on the handle bars (all my extra lights are wired to this baby).

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8/7/2012
Jay
Norman, OK
40_stars
Fuse Block is good addition

This was a great accessory to my Wing. I glued it to the underside of the CD/CB lid in the trunk--maybe not the best place but it works for me. It has allowed easy addition of several electrical components. Choosing between switched and unswitched power by the fuse placement is very useful. The construction is rather flimsy, but this has not been a problem in the 2 trouble-free years it has been installed. My only dislike is the cover attachment with two TINY screws. Some kind of a quick-release really would be handy. One tip: be sure to install where access is easy and allow slack in the connected wires for easy movement. The tiny screws, not only on the cover but also on the connectors, can be a challenge to see.

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6/7/2012
Marshall moto
Surprise, AZ
50_stars
Fuse Block

Mounted the block in my trunk basement. Easy instal.
Beautiful little block. Cleaned up my battery terminals. Very professional instal.

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5/24/2012
Jim
Pegram, TN
50_stars
PERFECT FUSE BOX

Installed this below trunk on top of CB radio. One hole behind seat to run all accessory wires and your done. Works very well and allows each leg to be always on or switch controlled. The perfect piece for all those add on electrical devices.

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5/9/2012
Anthony
Reisterstown, MD
40_stars
Small but very functional

I installed this in the GL1800's trunk where the CB/CD would go. It needs 12v +/- from the battery and a wire from a switched circuit, like the aux screw on the existing fuse panel under the left sidecover.

I wired my GPS (2820 w/o battery) to this and positioned the fuse in the always-on position. I did the same for my Battery Tender whose cord has a 7.5 amp fuse.

My Gerbings will draw too much power and I will wire them directly to the battery.

Nice that this has a built-in relay. Very clean install.

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