86bluecobra said:lol funny you should suggest that vristang. I did that in my car and it does work well. just have to run inline fuse to everything.
That is a very nice idea. For those of us who only vaguely know what CAD is, something like the underhood 5N95 fusebox would work pretty well. If it had one less row of fuses, it would package nicer and be closer to the spec Jrichker listed. It would have a nice OEM look though.jrichker said:Anyone good with CAD software? Another great project idea - a power box with 3 or 4 plug-ins for relays for the fog lights, electric fan, NO2 control, etc. Add 8-10 blade fuse positions so you could do away with the 4 fuse links and have a few for spares for the fan & other stuff.
New part, for an old car...vristang said:I have some cad skills, depending on the cad program , but I am not sure what you are looking to achieve. You are talking about computer aided drafting right? Maybe there is another definition of cad that I am not aware of?
Are you looking to create a cad model of an existing part? Or model and fabricate a new design?