|November 25, 2013 - Here's the real progress.|
That's the Miata fusebox in stripped-down mode. What's missing? The main relay! Yes, the relay that failed and cost us the win at Targa Newfoundland. It gives me much glee to pull this little sucker out.
It's been replaced by the new GM Performance Parts wiring harness, with wiring that's built to run a big hefty V8 with eight hungry high-energy coils. The Miata relay was designed to handle a quarter of that.
As you can see, a number of other fuses and relays are also missing from the stock fuse box as they're simply not needed any more.
tags: engine, 6.2, wiring