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Centech AP-2 Auxiliary Fuse Panel

Centech AP-2 Auxiliary Fuse Panel

Price: $54.95
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Part Number:CEN_AP2
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If you thought the AP-1 was the perfect fuse panel for your motorcycle then you're going to flip at the AP-2. With it's two circuits you can now wire both switched and constant power with one device.

The AP-2 offers two input power posts and one grount input post. One input post feeds three fuses with five outputs while the second post feeds two fuses feeding three output terminals. Just like the AP-1 there are 8 ground terminals, one for each device.

  • Divided into two electrical sections- main section contains 3 fuses and feeds 5 outputs, second has 2 fuses and 3 outputs
  • Handles a max of 60 amperes divided into a 40 ampere and 20 ampere section
  • Can be easily connected to the battery or to your ignition switch
  • Comes complete with fuses and necessary hardware, instructions and one year warranty.
5 Stars
Ap-2 Panel
I bought the Ap-2 panel for additional circuits on my BMW R1100,the unit is compact,and the finish and detail are outstanding for the price.
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Reviewed by:  from Kansas City, Mo. on 4/18/2015
5/5
5 Stars
centech ap-2
it was very to install, great looking product,seems to be of higher quality and I thoroughly recommend the wiring harness saved a ton of work for me. and cyclenuts was very prompted on delivery I would buy from them again with no hesitation skullshaker
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Reviewed by:  from central nc. on 3/6/2015
5/5
5 Stars
AdvRider
Great product, is the fourth one I've installed on a bike. Reliable, easy to access fuses and simple to wire up. Can highly recommend.
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Reviewed by:  from Texas. on 9/29/2014
5/5
5 Stars
High quality, easy to install
I received the Centech AP-2 in just a few days. Using the excellent instructions on the Cyclenutz website, it was very easy to wire in up on my 2005 BMW 1200GS. First time doing anything electrical on the bike and it worked flawlessly. I highly recommend both the Centech AP-2 and Cyclenutz.
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Reviewed by:  from Omaha, NE. on 9/20/2014
5/5

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