06-30-2009, 07:07 PM #1
- Join Date
- Sep 2007
- Lexington, Ky
Got a cool 4-in-1 Electrical accessory power switch, check it!
Got this on clearance when I was in Auto zone the other day. But thought it would be perfect for SeaDoo's as you can hide the box inside the hull, and mount the control pad just about anywhere, on the glove box, whatever. And it allows your to control 4 devices with a single paper thin switch!! I think I paid like $25 for it. I was going to use it to control all the added accessories on my ski. I'd like to be able to use it to adjust the max boost on my turbo ski. I've got 2-3 different ideas on ways I could work that out. Should be AWESOME if I get that working.
Anyway, I figured I'd use it to control something like the following:
(1) Bilge pump. (on/off or auto/off)
(2) Night driving lights. (on/off)
(3) To control boost on my turbo ski. I could use it to switch between a high and low boost map, or to control a vacuum regulating solenoid to the wastegate, which would raise boost in the same way a manual inline boost controller does it.
(4) Stereo (on/off)
Anyhow just thought it would work very well by allowing you to control 4 switches, with a VERY minimal footprint.
07-01-2009, 03:34 PM #2
good thought but were would you mount the switch at??
07-01-2009, 05:36 PM #3
I used that same switch for a while in the vette to control n2o, bottle heaters, and the shift/cal. for the auto trans. In the end, it was not happy w/ vibration as 2 of the circuts failed (I was using relays) and I got over it and drilled holes in the car for toggles. The thing is nice, and worked PERFECT for a few months.
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