Biturbox fuse board

Needamaser

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Looking at replacing fuse board on the Spyder. Any ideas if there are other options available?
Has anyone any experience if this fuse board from Galileo Engineering in Italy makes a difference? It isn't cheap but if it works........
My original shows signs of "sorting" in the past with limited success.
Many thanks
 

lifes2short

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spooky, i was thinking about the very same thing yesterday for my Spyder, was toying with the idea as well
 

alpa

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The fuse box internals can be easily improved with with thick wires for 12v and the ground, I've been using them on daily biturbo for years. However it's better to have the factory A/C kit with the external relay and fuse.
 

Needamaser

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The fuse box internals can be easily improved with with thick wires for 12v and the ground, I've been using them on daily biturbo for years. However it's better to have the factory A/C kit with the external relay and fuse.
Mine is way past that stage and has been subject to “repairs” at some point in the past.
When I contacted Galileo they suggested McGraths may be able to supply but speaking to them that is not correct so I have bought direct from them and part is on the way now.
Must say they have been extremely efficient to deal with.