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How about this one for starters:


Even if it doesn't show the first relay, we can go on from here by the numbers. I'm also familiar with the european wire gauges, but look up "AWG wire gauges" to see for what current they are rated. Now the connection from 1 (battery) to 4 (the final relay on the bendix) should be the fattest copper you can practically put in there. From 1 to 2 (Ignition and starter switch - they are shown here as one switch, but will be separate for your aplication) doesn't have to be very thick, but make it solid, for reliability. The copper inside has to be about 1mm in diameter or more. Let's hope others provide more data, hope it helps and good luck with your installation


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