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Circuit breaker for motorsport 
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Post Circuit breaker for motorsport
Hello all, in an attempt to put a stop to the constant hole cutting in my GTM, i was wondering if any body had any ideas about where to put the MSA curcuit breaker on a GTM? I was thinking on the inside of the "wings" that slope back from the rear window. MSA says:
"The triggering system for the circuit breaker on saloons should be situated at the lower part of the windscreen mounting, preferably on the driver’s side or
below the rear window." I assume this applies to little plastic sports cars too...
What do you think?


Thu Oct 19, 2017 1:35 pm
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Post Re: Circuit breaker for motorsport
I have not had any need to look that bit of the Blur Book for a long time, but it was not a requirement in a road driven car, just mark the ignition switch with Dymo tape to show on/off positions?
wait a few minutes and Ken will tell you :wink:
John


Thu Oct 19, 2017 2:20 pm
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Post Re: Circuit breaker for motorsport
Not needed in road going, but advised.

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Afraid I cut a hole, threaded a bit of pipe and glassed it in.
Its a pull cable to the cut off on the tunnel in the middle.

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