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A friend pointed out a very nifty electrical accessory he found.

It is a battery mounted multi-fuse box with various inputs and outputs.. Seems brilliant given the multiple fused outputs, both low and high current, and compact fit-on-top design.

And the price! A hefty £37 British pounds. Shipping for two of them cost me an additional £14 pounds. Pretty cheap. 

Did not come with any fuses, but they common types. MIDI and MAXI

Hang a couple of relays on the side of this thing, and you could have quite the nerve center for any well equipped resto mod Datsun

https://www.autoelectricsupplies.co.uk/product/1100

This outfit has lots of other interesting electrical bits too. Check it out when you have some browsing time

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A friend pointed out a very nifty electrical accessory he found. It is a battery mounted multi-fuse box with various inputs and outputs.. Seems brilliant given the multiple fused outputs, both low and high current, and compact fit-on-top design.

And the price! A hefty £37 British pounds. Shipping for two of them cost me an additional £14 pounds. Pretty cheap. 

Did not come with any fuses, but they common types. MIDI and MAXI

Hang a couple of relays on the side of this thing, and you could have quite the nerve center for any well equipped resto mod Datsun

https://www.autoelectricsupplies.co.uk/product/1100

This outfit has lots of other interesting electrical bits too. Check it out when you have some browsing time

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Love it!! Thanks for sharing. As you say, interesting other products too!

 

You would of course have to flip the battery round on a RHD car as the positive terminal is under the wing!

 

BTW, I’ve used AES for years - they are brilliant to deal with.

 

 

 

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Wow! Datsun parts on AES! That is some impressive starter. 

 

It is indeed! Recognition at last ;)

 

WOSP who make the starter, are also a good British company, who make seriously high quality stuff. When I was deciding to rewind my 280zx alternator for more juice at lower RPMs (due to the half sized pulley on the ATi crank damper), I contacted them and they have a very impressive selection of stuff but not the cheapest around. You get what you pay for in this instance.

 

http://www.wosperformance.co.uk/

 

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Excellent source of new alternators as well! Double Wow!

I would give anything for an alternator and starter I can trust rather than the endless replacement cycle I seem stuck in .

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