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  1. #1161
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    Quote Originally Posted by All4rocks View Post
    Looks Nice! what kind of camera do you use to take these pics?
    iPhone 10 for the last two years and since this past November an iPhone 11.
    Thank you!
    Pat



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    Dang i need a new phone!

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    Very nice and clean Pat, as always.

    Did you put anything on the back of the relays to keep them from resonating against the core support?

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    Quote Originally Posted by V8livin View Post
    Very nice and clean Pat, as always.

    Did you put anything on the back of the relays to keep them from resonating against the core support?

    Yes sir! 1/16" foam double stick tape.
    Thank you!
    Pat

  5. #1165
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    Quote Originally Posted by keepat View Post
    Weld Mount is in acrylic adhesive mounting system with a wide variety of very cool fasteners. We use it on the boats when we cannot drill into a bulkhead, fuel tank, or hull sides to mount or fasten equipment and wires. I used it to mount a few fan relays and headlight door operator To keep the engine bay clean of fasteners. Very cool stuff, easy to use an extremely strong!
    Thanks
    Pat

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    Awesome stuff. I ended up going down a rabbit hole and found this:

    www.clickbond.com

    Andrew
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  6. #1166
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    Quote Originally Posted by andrewb70 View Post
    Awesome stuff. I ended up going down a rabbit hole and found this:

    www.clickbond.com

    Andrew
    Very similar product but they have a lot different fasteners thanks for sharing!
    pat

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    With the battery being relocated to the trunk and needing a few direct to battery power connections I made a breaker/switchbox to be located in the trunk. The 12”x 9” box holds a remote battery disconnect and starter solenoid. It also has a series of breakers for the alternator line, dash power, subwoofer, fuel pump, fuel injection, and a few other low amperage items. I still have a few details to work out, then disassemble the box and paint it black along with labels for the breakers before I install it.
    Thanks
    Pat

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  8. #1168
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    Is this also an anti theft devise?

  9. #1169
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    Interesting solution. Is this box something you built or are they available off the shelf?

    Also, intrigued about using circuit breakers instead of fuses. Do they wire up the same as a fuse (inline)?
    chunger

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    Quote Originally Posted by chunger View Post
    Interesting solution. Is this box something you built or are they available off the shelf?

    Also, intrigued about using circuit breakers instead of fuses. Do they wire up the same as a fuse (inline)?
    No, I made it for the car. Someone may make one off the shelf??

    Breaker and fuses install the same way and do the same thing, (protecting the line) the advantage of the breaker is it is quickly reset as well as disconnected.
    Thanks
    Pat

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    Quote Originally Posted by wfo guy View Post
    Is this also an anti theft devise?
    ;-)

  11. #1171
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    Awesome build ,very very nice , it must feel great to be in final assembly. I am hopefully going to be in final assembly in six months your project is a great motivator nicely done

  12. #1172
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    Quote Originally Posted by Dragonfly View Post
    Awesome build ,very very nice , it must feel great to be in final assembly. I am hopefully going to be in final assembly in six months your project is a great motivator nicely done
    I will hold off from calling it the final assembly as not to jinx the final assembly ;-)
    Thanks
    Pat

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    Trunk mounted battery and breaker box installed. I still have a lot of wiring to do but making progress.






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    Am I correct in seeing there is a manual override in case of remote failure?

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    Quote Originally Posted by wfo guy View Post
    Am I correct in seeing there is a manual override in case of remote failure?
    Yes itís a very cool battery disconnect switch that can be operated both electrically or manually we use them on the yachts we build and sell.
    Pat

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    That's a great idea, and BlueSea makes quality components.

  17. #1177
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    Made some progress with most of the wiring under the dash and installing the dash along with all the AC ductwork. And put some fuel in the tank so I wouldn’t accidentally run the in tank fuel pump dry. Hope to have it running in 3 or 4 weeks.
    Thanks
    Pat
















  18. #1178
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    Wow amazing progress. It looks great. You at the boat show?
    Wayne
    Car FINALLY home !!!!!! lol
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  19. #1179
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    Quote Originally Posted by Motown 454 View Post
    Wow amazing progress. It looks great. You at the boat show?
    Good memory! I fly down Wednesday.
    Thank you!
    Pat

  20. #1180
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    Race gas. Under the dash always gets full. You build a bigger car, you put more stuff in. I like your floor mats. I may invest in some.

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