Factory Five 818 Wiring Completed
Here’s another great example of a customer’s car wired with our Infinitybox system. Frank L. came to us a few years ago looking for a wiring system for his Factory Five 818. He wanted his car to have all of the latest electrical functions that he could. He wanted it to stand out from the rest in every possible way.
Frank used our 20-Circuit Kit as the foundation to wiring his car. We have a specific configuration for the 20-Circuit Kit that is designed for the 818. You can download an addendum to our manual that covers all of the Factory Five 818 wiring specifics by clicking this link. He also added our inTOUCH NET so he could control the car from any smart phone or tablet.
In this picture, you can see the front POWERCELL, the MASTERCELL and inTOUCH NET mounted behind the dash. This location for the MASTERCELL puts it very close to the switches on the dash. The POWERCELL is located so that all of the output wires are short.
In these next pictures, you can see the rear POWERCELL mounted on the rear firewall. This is a great location because the run of wires from the rear POWERCELL to the lights, turn signals, starter solenoid and ECU are very short.
Frank wanted to control as much of his car from his tablet on the dash. In this picture, you can see his tablet mounted on the center console. He can use this as a touch screen to control his ignition, starter, lights, fans and other accessories in the car.
Here are a few additional pictures of the car. We always love to see them in go-cart stage. It really shows off the amount of work that it takes to build a car.
Frank sent us some great pictures of the finished car. You can see them below. Everything turned out great, especially the color of the car.
Thanks to Frank for sharing these pictures of his Factory Five 818 build. The entire Infinitybox team is proud to be a part of this project.
Click on this link to contact our team to learn more about how our Infinitybox system can get you the latest electrical features in your car or truck project.
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