Just finished all my wiring. Here's what I did:
Unswitched Blue Sea fuse box attached to battery via 30 amp inline fuse
Attached to it:
- GPS (so I can leave it powered up when the bike is off)
- Powerlet outlet (so I can charge the bike when the bike is off)
- Second Blue Sea fuse box via a relay triggered off the taillight
On the second (switched) fuse box:
- V1 radar detector (with HARD transmitter inline)
- Back-Off XP brake light modulator (5 flashes then steady, so the guy behind won't get homicidal)
- Back-Off LED license plate frame - 2 rows of dual-intensity LEDs - duplicating taillight and brake light
- Autoswitch garage door opener (triggered via 2 flashes of the high beam - this thing is way cool!)
The Blue Seas fit side by side in the tray. I screwed them both onto some 1/2" wood, with a cutout to fit around the bulge in the tray. The wood is velcroed into the tray. Relay for the switched fuse box is under the metal crossbar where the seat locks in.
In the tail (behind the tool kit) are the V1 power and HARD transmitter (left - V1 power temporarily unstuck from its velcro), garage door opener and Autoswitch (right - that's the Autoswitch LED coiled up on top of it - could probably cut it off but haven't bothered yet), and velcroed to the back wall of the tray the Back-Off XP module (the module was not stuck to the velcro in this shot):
Here's my Powerlet. I mounted it behind the passenger footpeg using the rear bolt. Spacer in the front bolt. I think it's one of Powerlet's "sportbike" kits.
Here are the highway pegs & brackets I got from Twisted Throttle (http://www.twistedthrottle.com/trade/productview/2699)
. Had to drill into the bars and swap in a longer bolt (with silver hex head) to keep pegs from rotating around the bar: