PC-8 50A Fusepanel Kits for CRF1000 (click here for CRF1100 Kits)

Complete plug and play kits, with all the wiring, a 40A relay, fuses, a PC-8 fusepanel, and more.

Battery Connect Complete Kit
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Powerlink Connect Complete Kit
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NEW! - The Powerlink Connection option is the same Kit with a connector on the main wires, to plug into the Powerlink Battery Leads, making the overall total Kit the same length. Custom Powerlink Battery Leads are included with this Kit. The Powerlink option allows quick disconnection of the PC-8 Kit for jump starting your bike or another bike from yours, or using a splitter you can hookup the PC-8 and another high current device like a high powered horn. Read all about the Powerlink System and it’s features here.

 

This superb fuse panel is full of all the features every rider has ever wanted and more! Easy to install, well protected, and with 8 mini fuses, one on each output circuit. Includes 8 output grounds too. Kit is made from highest quality high temp wire and sheathing.

This Kit is custom made for the new Africa Twin and is plug and play. Everything you need is included. Just strip your circuit wires and insert into the PC-8 outputs and tighten the screws. Both power and ground terminal blocks are built in.

This Kit is now 50A capable using dual main fuseholders. The black fuseholder (30A max) serves 6 switched circuits, the white fuseholder (20A max) serves the 2 unswitched circuits.

Please Note - all CRF1000 PC8 and 3CS Kits now use the 6P connector found at far rear left under passenger seat. If your bike has a factory alarm system (or anything else plugged into this connector)  you will also need the Rear Acessory Splitter with this Kit.

To install this Kit you need to remove the left side tank side trim, and pull the battery out half way. Wires are easy to route to the battery and when you’re finished, everything will look built into the bike. You should be able to locate the PC-8 just about anywhere under the seat. Install the main fuses after complete installation.

A longer kit is available to mount the PC-8 in the far back of the under seat area. It is 8 inches longer than the regular Kit.

Battery Connect Complete Kit $109.95


Battery Connect Complete Kit LONG $119.95


Powerlink Kit Complete $127.95


Powerlink Kit Complete LONG $137.95


It is convenient to mount the PC-8 with Dual Lock. You can buy some at the bottom of this page.

Below are complete kits but no PC-8

Battery Connect Relay Kit Only for CRF1000 $49.95


Powerlink Connect Relay Kit Only for CRF1000 $67.95


Battery Connect Relay Kit LONG for CRF1000 $59.95


Powerlink Connect Relay Kit LONG for CRF1000 $77.95


 

Powerlink Battery Leads Only for CRF1000L $19.95


NOTE: The PL battery leads for the CRF1000 are custom length to fit perfectly.

 

  • PC-8 Specifications and Features:
  • - 4 threaded insert nuts provide case mounting and fuse panel installation mounting points
  • - comes with an assortment of ATM fuses, one for each output circuit and a few extras
  • - 8 hot + outputs (2 unswitched circuits, 6 switched circuits)
  • - Switched circuits are turned off when the bike is shut down. An unswitched circuit is always hot - can be used for charging the battery
  • - 8 ground outputs - much better to ground your auxiliary circuits here than on a bike’s frame
  • - maximum fuse panel capacity 50 Amps (30A/20A - switched/unswitched)
  • - maximum circuit capacity 20 Amps (15A continuous)
  • - maximum output wire size 12 AWG (3 sqmm)
  • - all hardware is stainless steel (except input posts which are tin plated steel)
  • - black satin polycarbonate cover makes unit splash-proof yet allows it to breathe and stay cool
  • - cover mounting tabs on each end can be broken off or left on, depending on mounting choice
  • - simple robust design means no overheating and no problems with vibration
  • - I designed this fuse panel with ease of mounting a priority. Therefore there are many mounting options: Dual Lock on back of case, fine threaded screws from back of panel, self tapping screws from inside through PCB inserts to panel, or nuts and screws on the case mounting ears at each end of the case.
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    PC-8 Kit Switching Connector for CRF1000

    UPDATE:
    For customers who have an alarm installed or are already using the accessory connector for other purposes, we can supply the PC-8 Kit with a switching connector that uses the rear tail light connection ( found under the passengers seat, a white 2-pin connector ). Please leave a note with your Paypal order. We cannot change switching connectors once the order has been received.

Please Note - all CRF1000 PC8 and 3CS Kits now use the 6P connector found at far rear left under passenger seat. Slice the tape to free the connector, then remove the cap.

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You can move it further forward to be accessible under the rider’s seat. Move it to a position shown by the finger below.

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Installation page

 


Accessories:

Rear Accessory Splitter - for bikes with an alarm system (or anything else plugged into this connector) using the 6P connector under the passenger seat. This splitter allows normal hookup while providing hookup for our PC-8 or 3CS Kits. Connectors only, and parts available here.

Honda 6P Rear Accessory Splitter $39.95

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Dual Locks Strips - Two pairs of mating 3” (8 cm) Dual Lock strips. Great for many other projects too, this material has 5 times more holding strength than regular Velcro. Strips have excellent adhesive on the back. Clean surfaces with alcohol first.

 2 Sets 3 Inch 3M Dual Lock Strips $2.95


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PC-8 Kits for CRF1100

Battery Connect Kit for CRF1100
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Powerlink Connect Kit for CRF1100 (pic coming soon)

Battery Connect Kit for CRF1100 $129.95


Powerlink Connect Kit for CRF1100 $137.95


 

Kits without PC-8

Battery Connect Relay Kit Only for CRF1100 $69.95


Powerlink Connect Relay Kit Only for CRF1100 $87.95


 

Description: Kit for CRF1100 is long and uses the licence light connector for switching. Otherwise see above on this page for info.