Baja Designs behind grille kit and re-wiring Review

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MNLeadfoot

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That seems like a lot of upfitters used for thar around of lights but I guess if you're not using them for anything else it's no big deal. Did you have to run any relays?
 

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That seems like a lot of upfitters used for thar around of lights but I guess if you're not using them for anything else it's no big deal. Did you have to run any relays?
Because he split up the 6 grille fogs into two switches, I doubt he had to.

I just ordered the behind grille kit from @Specialtyperformanceparts tonight after John and I chatted and dialed up exactly what I want to get out of them and how I want them to function on aux switches, and I'm going to run a relay on mine. I'm using 4 Squadron Pros and 2 Racer spots (racers to help guarantee long distance light makes it out of the grille), and I'm going to run all 6 in the grille on one switch. If I broke them up into two switches, I'd have to put the 4 lights on a 15A aux switch, but that would have been fine without relay. Then put the other 2 on a 10A aux switch and good to go.
 

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Because he split up the 6 grille fogs into two switches, I doubt he had to.

I just ordered the behind grille kit from @Specialtyperformanceparts tonight after John and I chatted and dialed up exactly what I want to get out of them and how I want them to function on aux switches, and I'm going to run a relay on mine. I'm using 4 Squadron Pros and 2 Racer spots (racers to help guarantee long distance light makes it out of the grille), and I'm going to run all 6 in the grille on one switch. If I broke them up into two switches, I'd have to put the 4 lights on a 15A aux switch, but that would have been fine without relay. Then put the other 2 on a 10A aux switch and good to go.
Ya I guess it's all situational and if you don't plan on needing any more switches, why not split them up.
 

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Is there an option to upgrade the lights to the NON SAE variant for more output?
There are a lot of non-SAE lights available. Which lights are you wanting to upgrade? Fogs?

Give me a call or a text at (317) 934-6778 and I will gladly walk through some options with you.

Thanks!
Sidney @ SPV Parts
 
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