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    1993 R100GS Accessory Fuse Box?

    In the on going search for better lighting on my 1993 R100GS I'm going to be needing an
    Accessory Fuse Box to power my lights & or other stuff.
    What type have you used and where did you mount it?

    Pictures would be greatly appreciated!

    Thanks!
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    I did the google site search for "accessory fuse" and got some hits...nothing specific to the R100GS but there were mentions of various products. Maybe see what kinds of products are out there...then see if anyone has done this specifically on your bike.
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    Eastern Beaver is one of many that get mentioned quite a bit. If you don't have the capability to make all your own stuff you can start out with a fuse box and then either buy the pre-made harnesses you need or make them up yourself. There are some instruction sheets also to get an idea what you need to do.

    http://www.easternbeaver.com/Main/Wi...PC-8/pc-8.html
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    Someone must have a picture of a R100GS with an accessory fuse panel installed?
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    Kurt -- Forum Administrator ---> Resources and Links Thread <---
    '78 R100/7 & '69 R69S & '52 R25/2
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    Thanks for that!
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    How many accessories are you planning to add? MOA mag has a few vendors for various numbers of additional fuses.
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    2 Pairs of LED Lights
    Air horn
    Heated Grips
    Battery tender wiring
    Possibly a GPS
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    Lost my pics

    But, I have successfully installed the Eastern Beaver 3 circuit solution on both my R100r and my R100GS.

    It fits nicely just behind the battery and below the tool box.

    One circuit for Aux Lights,
    One for Heated Seat,
    One for GPS (Though completely unnecessary as the GPS uses so little).

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