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Denali PowerHub2 fuse block, master ground block and wiring harness for motorcycles

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$129.99
SKU: ELC.00.30000

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Review by gpr
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Once installed, the PowerHub2 fuse block makes adding electrical devices almost trivial. A fuse in one position makes a switched circuit, in an other position a constantly live circuit (e.g., for a battery tender). (Posted on 4/25/16)
Review by Scoobie
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I have been installing this for about a week now (cold temps slow things down). I have a DL650 and the space to mount it is quite limited so I built a plate for it and used the very small storage tray area. I have two sets of LED lights that are grounded into the hub, but I installed a separate power stud because of the amp draw of the relays (40 amp per set). Also have a Garmin wired into the unit. 3-24-16 will be the first test of the system. (Posted on 3/28/16)
Review by Chill
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Easy to install and simple to use. This came right on time for me. I mounted it under my trunk, out of sight but easy access on my 2015 Kawasaki Vulcan Voyager 1700. I have my leds and my battery tender on the constant and my video camera system on switched. I have already started spreading the word about this product. (Posted on 3/10/16)
Review by Byngsboys
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I bought the block in the spring. Easy smooth install. Very straight forward. Unfortunately the elastic bands proved to be very fragile and the box itself seemed to be a bit flimsy, thus the average rating. I'm always afraid that the green board is going to come apart. (Posted on 1/23/16)
Review by Cecil T
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Recently installed this on my BMW F650GS twin, works as expected. I have four devices hooked up and plenty of room for another two.

I disagree with most of the review by "Brick". I'll give my opinion on his concerns:
1) It's physically larger because all the connections are internal, not hanging off the sides of the unit. This is better for weatherproofing and easier to place on the bike.
2) Cutting off the mounting tabs isn't a big deal - if you don't need them (you're using velcro or whatever) then cut them off to save space. But they're there if you need them.
3) Yes, the wires that come installed are plenty long and flexible, I cut off at least 3'.
4) *** One observation here is that basically any accessory on a motorcycle only requires 18 guage wire at most. Each circuit on this PowerHub is rated for 15 amps, and 18 guage will get you up to 10 ft at 15 amps - plenty of distance to get anywhere on a motorcycle. If you shove a bunch of 16 guage or 14 guage wires in there unnecessarily, you might run out of room. Use the right wire for the job and you'll have no problems. ***
5) The space inside is fine, workable. Again see above regarding using the proper wire guage. I did put a pair of 16 guage wires in there and the terminals are large enough to accommodate, you just have to unscrew them enough to open up. And really you don't need to run ground wires back to the unit if you don't want, you can ground anywhere. There is ABSOLUTELY no need to run anything larger than 16 guage, you're just doing it wrong.
6) The way the top secures with the mini bungee cord thing is a little weird, I'll give you that. It hasn't been a problem yet, but I'm not sure what to do if the cord breaks. So far it has held up but I haven't weathered it much. It's not inconvenient to use, but I see others have had issues with the durability. I probably will never be back inside the thing now that it's installed though.
7) My legend was installed correctly on the top. It's just a sticker. Note that the top is square and can be installed in any of the four possible orientations. If you put it on wrong that's your fault.
8) I didn't use it, but it comes with that hard snap stuff, not actual velcro. Should be strong.

Also the mini-ATC fuses fit perfectly inside the unit and the top closes just fine. I don't know what other people are doing incorrectly to create these problems. It can be a little stiff at first pushing the fuses down, so be careful not to bend the terminals, but everything fits.

I like that all the wires come out one port instead of on 3 sides like on some competing models. Makes placement on the bike easier as I could just have some slack in the wires and tuck it out of the way.

I'm happy with it overall, it was a good purchase and simplifies connections at the battery.

I don't know what else to say - it's a relatively simple device that works exactly as described and shown in the video and photos. (Posted on 12/4/15)
Review by yair1956
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Installed on my 06 GS, moved to 07 GSA. Overall nice product, and other than the rubber band that doesn't hold, seems to do what it suppose to do (Posted on 11/7/15)
Review by Thecarter3
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This power hub is great, it put everything right there in one spot so if you have an issue you can trouble shoot it a lot easier (Posted on 10/31/15)
Review by HRR
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I have installed about eight moto fuse boxes over the years, and initially I thought this looked like something good. It is compact, has a fair number of fuse slots, a built in relay, and really nice flexible heavy duty wires for the battery hookup. I wish I had read the reviews before buying it though. I knew what I was getting with the elastic cover holder because it says that in the product description. What it does not tell you is that once you put a fuse it, the cover no longer fits because the fuses stand higher than the edge.

It's going back. (Posted on 7/21/15)
Review by andthereyouare
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I installed this on my Triumph Explorer, very easy setup. Fits perfectly under my seat. Some gripes though... The hole where you feed the wires in is very small. I can see drilling some holes in the side to fit more connections. The cover with the bands is a cool idea, but I could see them rotting away. Only time will tell, no worries you could simply use rubber bands to keep it closed. (Posted on 5/8/15)
Review by solusdiver
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A bit tight hooking up wires...and the elastic bands to hold the top on rotted and broke in a short period of time. Using a rubber band now which I think is pretty lousy for the amount you pay for the box.

Nice having one spot to make connections. (Posted on 5/6/15)

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