Infinitybox Powers Some of the Best Cars Ever Built

SEMA Battle of the Builders

Since our beginnings almost 10 years ago, our Infinitybox system has been used to wire and control some of the best builds out there.  At the 2017 SEMA Battle of the Builders, we are proud to announce that 3 of the 12 finalists cars were wired with Infinitybox.  These include the 1963 Corvette built by Eddie’s Rod & Custom, the 1966 Corvette SplitRay, built by Scott Roth and his team at The Auto Shoppe and the 1969 Camaro built by Miranda Built.

The 12 finalists for the SEMA Battle of the Builders were picked from over entrants at the 2017 SEMA Show.  This pool was whittled down to 40 then down to 12 by industry judges.  These 12 finalists represent the most elite builders in the industry.  The winner was picked by the judging of the 12 finalists.  Here are the details on the three finalists wired with Infinitybox.

1963 Corvette built by Eddie’s Rod & Custom in Cedar Rapids, Iowa.

The Corvette was a Select Six winner at Chicago World of Wheels, and received 1st in Class awards in best interiors, engine compartments, etc. The car has custom AME independent Chassis, floorpans, wheel houses, exhaust, bumpers, & interior, flush-mounted glass, machined trim parts, cross-ram EFI, Infinitybox wireless control system, Kicker audio system, dash iPad interface, Tremec six-speed, extended body valences/rocker.

This link will take you to more details on the car from our blog.

1966 Corvette SplitRay built by The Auto Shoppe in South Burlington, Vermont.

The car is a SplitRay 2017 Pirelli Great 8 cut down the middle and widened 6 3/8. It has a Z06-inspired interior, LS9 with a one-off supercharger system, and a six-speed transmission. Infinitybox provides complete control of the car with inTOUCH NET. It took over 20,000 hours to build.

This link will take you to more details on the car from our blog.

1969 Chevrolet Camaro built by Miranda Built in Delray Beach, Florida.

The car features a Roadster Shop Fast Track chassis, 440ci LSX Motor Dry Sump w/ Flex Fuel, TR6060 Transmission, completely fabricated front and rear Valance, Rocker extensions, engine bay, flush-fitted front and rear glass, shaved drip rails, Infinitybox multiplex system, custom one-off interior, custom Dakota digital gauge cluster, ADV1 wheels, and Wilwood brakes. “We’re just doing what we love to do,” said Miranda.

Each of these cars represents some of the best automotive engineering in the world.  Congratulations to Eddie’s, The Auto Shoppe and Miranda Built for being recognized as finalists in the 2017 SEMA Battle of the Builders.