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Has anyone cracked open their fuse panel? I am not near my bike and wanted to pick up some spare fuses for a road trip and needed to know what type of fuses the bike takes. I know that I need 15, 10, 7.5, 2 amp fuses but not sure what type. ATO or Mini?

 

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Bob, you are the best. From the blade type, I would say it is a mini. You saved me a trip.
 

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I forget about in the '70s, must have some bike fuses blow back then, enduros, mods etc.

The only time I remember a blown fuse on a modern bike was my track SV650, way stripped down, even took off the ignition key lock. One day on the track at speed out of the blue the power instantly quit, fortunately I was close to a track exit to coast into. Replaced the fuse, everything was fine, never did it again, no idea why it went.
 

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Well, I have re-wired all of my flashers, running lights, and a Fuzeblock, and I am taking precautions if I run into rain. I also have two SAE connectors to a Fuzeblock, as well as a TAPP Lite USB (Garmin GPS). Oh, I also run a SAE to my tankbag from the AUX. You get the picture. I am a rolling power station. I blew a fuse to a headlight in a massive thunderstorm on my way to Road Atlanta one time, which was not cool. To this day, I have no idea how it happened, maybe electricity in the air and water.
 

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just checked today, the 50a main fuse is not a mini or ato, it's a pal female which looks like this:

NAPA AUTO PARTS


the 10a fuel injection fuse under the white cap of the starter relay is an ato. comes with a spare right there.

all of the other fuses are minis.
 
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