Scott Brooker, Canada
Modifications to the bike:
Added 5 Gallon Fuel Cell (top of Givi Rack); 2 Givi E460 Side Cases;
HeliBars Handle bar risers; Hot Grips (heated hand grips); PIAA 910
Driving lights; Givi Windscreen; Scottoiler; Stage One Jet kit / K&N
Filter; Corbin Saddle; Garmin GPS III+
Hot Grips / PIAA's / Fuel Cell all are controlled with this moeller
switches that are connected to 6 relays under the seat to handle current
to put less stress on the switches. Each switch has a LED to indicate when
its ON, the Top switch runs the Hot grips and have a 2 color LED, Green on
low setting and Red on High.. middle switch is for the PIAA's when on the
left side PIAA comes on and shines up the road to the right (so not to
blind oncoming drivers) when the high beams are on the right PIAA comes
on, this one shines off to the left...
The Third switch operates a electronic fuel valve switching between the
front a rear tank..
The GPS III+ (mounted on handle bars) also works good to monitor the bikes
electrical system as it has a data field for voltage.. this comes in handy
since all accessories on will over power the alternator and start to run
down the battery... (I also run a heated jacket)
Under the seat you find the 6 relays, a cig lighter adapter and the data
cable to the GPS (just in case you want to hook in the laptop or cell
The Fuel valve, this fits nice in the big space under the fuel tank
and me with my bike.
Send your questions about these modifications to Scott.