automotive-type relay (Midtex
V421B3D2 or similar)
This relay includes the diode that I hand-wired in my original
project. All Electronics.
Relay socket (Custom
Connector BR05-FW or similar)
I bought these due to their modular design — multiple sockets can be locked together. Relay
Specialties carries them. If you choose these, you'll also need to get the female
spade connectors with locking tabs that fit inside the individual
I found these AMP-Tyco connectors
that Custom Connector recommends at Allied Electronics. I bought two
sizes, 60249-1 (12-16 AWG) and 42281-1 (14-18 AWG).
Euro SR #8006K40N1V2 or similar)
These switches fit perfectly in the cutouts for the MKII dashboard,
and they look more "stock" than the OEM fog light switch.
7.5" puller fan. (or similar).
I chose the Tripac over the SPAL for its curved blades, which have a
slightly higher CFM rating, yet are quieter. The Tripac has the same
mounting hole locations, so it fit perfectly on my IC shroud. This fan draws about 5
Unfortunately, this is am OEM fan, so none of the small number of
Tripac retailers can get it. After a couple of requests directly to
Tripac, they offered to sell me one directly. Cost is about the same
as a SPAL fan.
pusher fans, mounted in the VMax carbon fiber engine liner. These draw
about 9 Amps each.
I don't think Tyson Teeter (VMax
Performance) sells these engine lid liners anymore, but I heard
rumors that someone else was considering making the liner without the
fans for a pretty good price. Check the
MR2 Message Board for info.
using the fuse box from my initial fan project.
This will provide a central source for any additional electrical
accessories I add, without adding a lot of inline fuse splices. More
information available here.
Plus assorted wire,
fuses, electrical connectors, and other small electrical circuit