Factory Five Type 65 Race Car
The Factory Five Type 65 Coupe is near and dear to our hearts. It is the car that lead us down the rabbit hole to develop our Infinitybox system and all of the accessory components. You can learn more about the kit from Factory Five at this link. We just received an email from a customer who finished his Factory Five Type 65 race car and wanted to share pictures of the final product. He wired this car with our Infinitybox 20-Circuit Kit.
Shaun L. spent almost 10 years building this as a race car. He went down an unconventional path by using a GM Crate LS2 instead of the traditional Ford route. That makes car really unique. That LS2 is paired to a Tremec TKO600 transmission running through a Moser fabricated Ford 9″ rear end, geared at 3.55. He also built a custom 3-link set up for the rear end.
It is race-prepped with an ATL Fuel Cell, Safecraft 3-Nozzle Fire Suppression System, Wilwood fixed 6-piston brakes in the front and 4-piston in the rear.
This picture shows the mounting of the MASTERCELL and the rear POWERCELL. The MASTERCELL sits between the seats on the rear wall and the rear POWERCELL is mounted on the back aluminum of the car.
With these pictures, we received some very warm words from Shaun. He said:
“I just wanted to share with you the completion of my Daytona Type 65 coupe after almost ten years. It has been a long build, with time and money always is short supply, but an awesome adventure. I am very impressed with your 3 cell system and even more in your continued support years after the initial sale. I have and will continue recommending your products to fellow builders and racers. Thanks again for all your assistance over the years, cheers.”
We take a lot of pride in the products and service that we provide. Feedback like this is very important to us.
If you want to learn more about how our Infinitybox system can simplify the wiring in your Factory Five Type 65 Race Car or any other project, click on this link to contact our technical support team.
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