I just put the dual controller in my jacket pocket right now, (Less wires running all over the place.) Thinking of mounting it to the left side of my seat. Thinking making some kind of craddle to set the controller in that could be attached to the left screw holding the brace that the gas tank is on or something, then after riding the controller would just slide out and I can walk away. (still in the planning stages)
I have the gerling liner and gloves (total 104w) and at a light I will fall below 12v with everything on high. The best solution came from Grey Wolf [of course =-)]
"I have an SPDT relay activated by the brake lights. When the brakes are on, the normally closed contacts on the relay open and the power to my dual heat controller is cut off. I can choose whether to save power or continue to heat while idling by applying the brake or not."
Looking to try this at some point soon. I am running HID and LED brake lights. At speed I have no problems runing at high and I would rather not fittle with the controller so this idea sounds great.
Also everything runs off of a PC-8 fuse block.
2011 SUZUKI DL650 V-Strom ABS/Pearl Mirage White
Farkles: Aprilia Tuono mirrors / Pat Walsh Design Super Brace / DL1000 Seat / Givi engine guards / RR Peg Lowering Kit / Madstad Bkt w/ OEM or Givi Shield / PL532 & E41nn / SW-Motech CenterStand / EB PC-8 - 2x power outlets - Datel Voltmeter - Stebel Horn with PWD setup - Digital Slim H4-3(9003) Bi-Xenon HID - 1157 LED Brake lights
Shiro Nakama Hachi [SIGPIC][/SIGPIC]