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post #1 of 9 Old 04-04-2014, 09:20 PM Thread Starter
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I was checking out his fuse block, great product! I think next winter I will be installing one with the H4 and connections for a cigarette type outlet for a GPS does anyone have pictures of one installed and how fuse box looks all wired up?

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I know a lot of guys that have gotten them for their Hawks on the HawkGT forums. Seems to be a popular upgrade for brighter stock lights as well. I am in the process of rebuilding my Hawk, still contemplating it, but I have a buddy I can turn to that can probably make it for just the cost of parts. I just always hate to impose, lol.

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mmmm, eastern beaver *drool*

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I was pretty surprised by the quality and thought that went into the H4 - dual H11 harness from Eastern Beaver. Also despite shipping from japan, the part arrived before my revzilla order...ordered both at the same time!
Nothing but great stuff to say about EasternBeaver!

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I was pretty surprised by the quality and thought that went into the H4 - dual H11 harness from Eastern Beaver. Also despite shipping from japan, the part arrived before my revzilla order...ordered both at the same time! Nothing but great stuff to say about EasternBeaver!
Do you have a picture of where you mounted yours?

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I don't have a pic.

-ran the wires through the forks where the clutch cable runs, then passed through the frame over the airbox. pulled the power leads along the stock wiring harness behind the radiator cap. Plenty of options for the relays, just need my parts to come in to test fit a few ideas with the tank

it should be a perfect fit.

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When I was using the harness I shoved my relays up in the small void of the frame near the coils.

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When I was using the harness I shoved my relays up in the small void of the frame near the coils.
this ^^

that's where my relays now live too

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