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Old 01-10-2021, 07:53 PM
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They make plenty of high current toggle switches so you might be able to skip the relay. This one is rated at 25A and is sealed:

https://www.ckswitches.com/media/2301/pt.pdf
Going with my current plan:
  1. I much prefer using relays rather than switches for higher currents.
  2. I already have a set of matching switches, as well as a handful of relays.
  3. I can wire the relay to feed both low beam and high beam. One terminal is low beam and another is high beam. The toggle switch merely flips the relay between the two.
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Old 01-11-2021, 07:13 AM
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Wink Food for thought or fuel for argument

From my (and probably only my) point of view, the potential respondents to this question fall into two distinct groups: Those who bought or built a Cobra that is true to the basic "original formula" in terms of owning a car that closely replicates the dimensions, ergonomics and basic drivetrain/chassis/suspension technology used in the the original cars; and those who have already changed the original formula at the get-go by buying or building a car that is an attempt to "improve" on the Cobra with amenities like longer wheelbases, bigger bodies with stretched cockpits, modern power plants and suspension systems, etc. Both groups will have valuable and interesting input into the discussion that gives real world insight into the ownership experience with the various brands and build types, albeit with differing starting points and frames of reference.
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From my (and probably only my) point of view, the potential respondents to this question fall into two distinct groups: Those who bought or built a Cobra that is true to the basic "original formula" in terms of owning a car that closely replicates the dimensions, ergonomics and basic drivetrain/chassis/suspension technology used in the the original cars; and those who have already changed the original formula at the get-go by buying or building a car that is an attempt to "improve" on the Cobra with amenities like longer wheelbases, bigger bodies with stretched cockpits, modern power plants and suspension systems, etc. Both groups will have valuable and interesting input into the discussion that gives real world insight into the ownership experience with the various brands and build types, albeit with differing starting points and frames of reference.
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