do they work well? are they worth the $$
thats the one im thinking about gettin, idk what is all involved in building one urself, i know a lil bit but idk if its enough for me lolI have one of the Painles 7 circuit blocks. It works pretty good. They use quality wire and dual relays. The down side is all the leads are 18 gauge, so I had to change a couple. You could probably build it yourself for $40 or less.
an add on fuse block, nothing is wrong with my factory harness, just need some accessory taps for nitrous solenoids, lighting, ect...Are you asking about the main fuse panel replacement or adding a small sub panel? I added a small 6 circuit fuse block when converting to the TPI engine to power the computer, fuel pumps and all of the relays.
Good advice Jim. I've installed a 4 guage ground stud next to my block and I run my grounds to that; AC, fuel pump, under dash and other areas.I've used a lot of different add on fuse blocks through the years and I'm gonna throw this out also:
The added things you put onto this fuse block, where are they grounded ?. If they are grounded to the body, then upgrade the body to engine or body to battery negative connection.
All electrical devices work best with a good power source and a good ground return path back to the battery and alternator.