How to Customize Your Pro-Street Switch Paneluse our interactive builder to customize your pro-street rocker panel
1Choose your pro-street rocker panel type
To get started, Pro-Street panels are available with your choice of 4 to 8 neon rocker switches.
Your stainless steel faceplate will change in size and shape according to the number (and type) of switches chosen.
Now, learn about customizing each individual switch.
2Choose your switches
These double-pole rocker switches are rated 15A at 12vDC and can be used to control incandescent lighting and fully resistive loads. After you’ve selected the number of switches, you get to choose their neon colors and switch function (positions).
|Maintained — ON/OFF|
|Momentary — (ON)/OFF|
Brackets ( ) around any function term denotes momentary function as opposed to maintained function. See our tutorial on switch basics for more information.
After you’ve decided on color and switch function, choosing the correct main fuse comes next.
Pro-Street Switch Panel InstallationPro-Street Rocker panel wiring diagrams
Connect the red main feeder conductor to the car starter’s battery power terminal. Then, install the supplied main fuse and holder in the main feeder conductor between the starter and the switch panel input jumper stud.
Switches & Loads
Connect the positive jumpers to each switch. Then, install the output wire to your loads. Make sure your load amperages are within the rated capacity of each switch. Otherwise, use one or more relays. Use branch fuses/breakers as may be required for each switch.
Connect to a relay panel
Need relays? Wiring your switch panel to an MGI relay panel is easy. Connect your outputs and loads to the appropriate relay panel terminal, and connect your positive jumpers to the relay panel’s 5A control circuit. All specific relay panel diagrams can be found on their respective product page.
Main Feeder Cable
Red GXL/SGX can be used as automotive feeder conductor where resistance to abrasion, heat, and aging is needed. Our primary wire has a temperature rating of -40°C to +125°C and is rated 60V maximum. Meets or exceeds Ford (M1L-85B), Chrysler (MS-8900) and SAE J-1127 requirements.
|Standard Feeder Sizes||#12 AWG||#10 AWG||#8 AWG|