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25 amp Moroso toggel switch

Hi Guys,

Here's what I want to do. Tell me if it will be ok.
From the + side of the Ford solenoid I will be running an 8 gauge wire to a
aux. fuse box. From one of the 20 amp fuses I will run a 10 gauge wire to a 25 amp Moroso toggle switch. From this switch I will hook up my MSD digital 6 box. I will also run a jumper wire to one side of my push button starter. So now I switch the toggle up, I have ignition. Push the button and I have start. How does that sound? Or maybe a 40 amp fuse from the fuse box and a 50 amp toggle switch Might be better? What do you guys think? Thanks in advance.

Thom

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the MSD box should have a seperate wire that triggers an internal relay aside of the main 10 ga power wire, that you hook to your ignition source. you don't need a super duty switch to trip a relay. as for the jumper wire to a push button. the ford solonoid is only a relay. that'll be fine.
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Matt nailed it, good advice .

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