OK, now I have it installed:
Aside from wanting it to make battery tending easy I also did this so I could charge my phone and other stuff when the bike is turned off.
When installed the ezCAN I hooked up the accessory circuit to power my RKA tank bag:
And run this in the tank bag to charge USB and other stuff:
However, since the ezCAN turns off the circuit when the bike is turned off I made this cord so I can get power to the tank bag when the bike is turned off:
For those of you commenting that you wouldn't touch that bolt: C'mon guys, it's just a bolt. Removing it and then putting it back in properly torqued is not going to make the bike implode.
And I were afraid of bolts then I wouldn't have been able to turn this K75 motor:
It's essentially a K1100RS with a K75 motor that I built with the best parts from gawd knows how many different K bikes. In case you're wondering why I'd want a K1100RS with a smaller motor - if you've ever ridden a K1100RS then you know that they can be kind of a heavy pig in tight turns. Since this bike has a lighter motor and skinnier wheels/radials it's much easier to toss around in the turns - and K75 SMOOTH to boot. And if you know how to wring the snot out of a K75 motor (5,500-7,000 RPM) then this bike actually performs pretty well. And, as the saying goes, it's more fun to ride a slow bike fast than a fast bike slow.