I didn't like the power wiring on the scooter very much, so I kinda redid it. I have a bit of a wiring fetish so this is kinda overkill, but having 12 AWG wire fused at 40A was kinda ridiculous I think.
Got some goodies from Littelfuse to try out:
That's a MAXI fuse holder, an inline low-profile JCASE fuse holder with 8 AWG leads, and some extra fuses. The MAXI fuse is available in a 58V version (although I could only get samples of the 32V fuse, which is fine for now at least). The LP JCASE fuse is rated to 58V as well. ATO fuses (like what the scooter used stock) are only rated to 32V, so again another sketchy thing with the stock wiring since I assume they use that on the 36V scooters too...
12 oz can for size reference on the MAXI fuse holder, thing's huge!
Decided to go with the MAXI fuse holder as the controller fuse, and it's going to double as an on/off switch, rather than the sketchy "DPST switch in parallel for double the current handling" thing.
8 AWG wires crimped to the included connectors:
All put together. Quite the ignition key! Lol.
This is how it all mounts. The power wires come in and out through what used to be the charger port cutout, with a grommet added so they seal up and don't cut on the metal. The fuse holder is attached to a rubber plug that fit into the switch cutout well enough. I'll go around this all with silicone when I'm satisfied it's all good.
So now I just gotta get this connected to the battery and the controller and I'll be good to go.