BMW E9 built by John Ward of Bespoke Fuel Design.

Custom BMW E9

Here is another great example of what our customers can do.  This car is stunning and we can honestly say that we’ve never seen another like it.  John Ward of Fuel Bespoke Design in Australia just had a great article published in Silodrome magazine.  The article covers the details of his stunning restoration of a 1970 BMW 2800CS lovingly named “Von Trapp”.  The article covers the car in detail and the pictures are awesome.  Andrew Jones shot the pictures and we heartily thank him for their use in this blog post.

BMW E9 built by John Ward of Bespoke Fuel Design.

BMW E9 built by John Ward of Bespoke Fuel Design.

John started with a pretty rough car for this project.  It took a ton of body work, straightening and reinforcing to get the car to what you see today.  John wanted to do this car as a true restomod:  keep it original on the exterior and interior but put modern features under it.  For example, he replaced the original powerplant with a modern E46 M3 3.2 litre 330HP S54 motor and the E36 M3 5-speed manual transmission.

BMW E9 built by John Ward of Bespoke Fuel Design.

BMW E9 built by John Ward of Bespoke Fuel Design.

He also wanted to use the latest and greatest for his electrical and wiring system.  He wired the car with our 20-Circuit Kit, with inMOTION, inLINK and inRESERVE.  The end product is seamless.  You can see no trace of the modern electrical system in this car.  For example, check out the trunk-mounted rear POWERCELL and inMOTION cell.

BMW E9 built by John Ward of Bespoke Fuel Design. Wired with Infinitybox.

Shot of rear POWERCELL and inMOTION cell mounted in trunk.

When the trim piece is installed in the trunk, all traces of the electrical system disappear.

BMW E9 built by John Ward of Bespoke Fuel Design. Wired with Infinitybox.

Shot showing how neatly the rear POWERCELL and inMOTION cell can be hidden.

John has a detailed build history on his website.  You can see all of the details on the building of “Vonn Trapp” by clicking this link.

You can also read the full article featured on Silodrome by clicking this link.

We want to extend thanks to John Ward at Fuel Bespoke Design, Ben Branch at Silodrome for the great article and Andrew Jones at Lens Flare Air for the awesome pictures.

Click on this link if you want to learn more about how you can use our Infinitybox system to wire you car or truck project.

Chevy S10 Show Truck wired with the Infinitybox System

Chevy S10 Show Truck

We occasionally get customers dropping by our office to show off their projects.  Chris C. brought his Chevy S10 show truck by the Infinitybox HQ to show us what he did and to get a few quick code changes.  He and his girlfriend were on their way to a truck show near Indianapolis.

Chevy C10 Show Truck wired with the Infinitybox System

Chevy C10 Show Truck wired with the Infinitybox System

Chris really loves this truck.  It is the first car that he ever owned.  He had done some modifications to it but it was totalled in an accident.  He started over from scratch and it has become something pretty cool.

First, he dropped in a bored-over Chevy 350.  It has a great rumble to it.  Then, he channeled and bagged it.  With the air dumped, it sits on its frame rails.  Then, there are the little details.  The doors and tail gate are shaved.  The interior, bed and engine compartment are done up with accent LED’s.  Lastly, he has a simple 150 hp of Nitrous to keep things interesting.

He chose to yank out the original OEM wiring and start over from scratch with our Infinitybox System.  He started with our 20-Circuit Kit, added inMOTION for the windows and lastly upgraded to inTOUCH NET to control the truck from phone.

inTOUCH NET really makes this truck.  His phone is the key to the truck.  He uses it to disable security, pop the doors, control the lights and the windows.  He can push a button to dump the air solenoid to drop the truck to the ground.  Also, we modified his code to automatically roll up the windows when he enables security.  It will be a hit at the show this weekend.

He proudly shows off the wiring in the truck.  His front POWERCELL is mounted right on the firewall.  The Infinitybox system is designed to handle the roughest environments so this location is fine.  This also makes wiring the front of the car very easy.  All of his runs of wire are very short.

Front POWERCELL Mounted Under the Hood

Front POWERCELL Mounted Under the Hood on the firewall of a Chevy C10 Show Truck

He has his rear POWERCELL mounted to the inside wall of the truck’s bed.

Rear POWERCELL Mounted in the bed

Rear POWERCELL Mounted in the bed of a Chevy C10 Show Truck

Rear POWERCELL mounted in bed of C10 Show Truck

Rear POWERCELL mounted in bed of C10 Show Truck

Finally, he has his MASTERCELL and inMOTION cells prominently displayed between the two seats in the cab.

MASTERCELL and inMOTION Cell in Chevy C10 Show Truck

MASTERCELL and inMOTION CELL mounted in the cab between the seats on the back wall.

Contact our team if you want to learn more about how our Infinitybox System can simplify the wiring in your car or truck plus give you features that no other electrical system can.  Keep watching our blog for more examples of how our customers are wiring with Infinitybox.

Australian-Built Cobra Replica

Australian-Built Cobra

Front shot of Cobra replica

Front grill shot of Australian-built Cobra replica.

We have our Infinitybox systems powering cars all across the world.  One of our Australian customers just sent us some great pictures of his Cobra replica.  Peter K. started building this car in February 2012 and finished it in November 2017.  The car is wired with our Infinitybox system and has been running flawlessly on the road.

Here are the build specs on the car:

  • Manufacturer    DRB Sportscars (chassis unit #67)
  • Model                  DRB Boss Cobra
  • Engine                 Ford Racing 5.0 litre (302ci) 32 valve Modular Coyote
        • 412 bhp (303kw), 390ft-lb (529Nm) at 4250rpm
  • Exhaust               Custom fabricated by Scott’s Rods
  • Gearbox              Tremec TKO 500 wide ratio 5 speed
  • Suspension        Jaguar XJ6 Series III front and rear
        • E-type 3.54 ratio differential with USA limited slip
  • Wheels                American Racing – Shelby
        • Front 17” x 8”
        • Rear 17” x 9.5”
  • Paint                    Holden Special Vehicles “Poison Ivy” Painted by Stuart Blackburne
  • Upholstery          Australia leather “Charcoal” Upholstered by Kerry Morrow

Peter wired the car with our Infinitybox 20-Circuit Core Kit.  Our engineering team customized his system to accommodate some of his unique requirements for the Australian market.  He also added inLINK for security, immobilizer and other remote features.

Peter mounted the MASTERCELL and the front POWERCELL in the footwell on the left-side of the car.  Since this is a right-hand drive car, this is the passenger side.  His front POWERCELL is powering the ECU, the starter solenoid, the headlights, high-beams, front turn-signals, front parking lights, cooling fan, horn and dash.

This picture shows the locations of the MASTERCELL and front POWERCELL.

Infinitybox MASTERCELL and front POWERCELL installed in Cobra Replica

Front POWERCELL and MASTERCELL installed in Cobra Replica

He made a clever interior trim piece that hides both the MASTERCELL and front POWERCELL.  At the same time, it gives him easy access to these cells for troubleshooting and diagnostics.  Here is the trim piece in stalled with the panel open to the MASTERCELL.

Infinitybox MASTERCELL behind trim panel

Picture showing easy access to Infinitybox MASTERCELL for troubleshooting and diagnostics

Here is the trim piece with the MASTERCELL panel in place.  You can see how easily the electrical system in this car disappears.

Trim panel hiding the Infinitybox MASTERCELL in Cobra replica.

Access panel hiding the Infinitybox MASTERCELL in Cobra replica.

His rear POWERCELL is mounted in a compartment in the trunk.  This rear POWERCELL is controlling the brake lights, rear turn-signals, rear running lights, fuel pump and other accessories in the rear of the car.  This picture shows the POWERCELL mounted in the rear of the car with the battery and the primary fusing.

Infinitybox POWERCELL and Primary Power Distribution in Cobra Replica

Rear POWERCELL in Cobra Replica

This picture shows the trim panels installed in trunk.  In a small car like this Cobra replica, the Infinitybox system completely disappears.

Trunk interior in Cobra replica wired with the Infinitybox system

Interior shot of trunk showing trim panel covering location of electrical components including the Infinitybox POWERCELL.

Peter installed the Ford Racing Coyote engine in this Cobra replica.  You can see how neatly this engine fits under the hood of this car.

Ford Racing 5.0 32-Valve Modular Coyote Engine

Coyote modular engine in Cobra replica wired with the Infinitybox system.

The finished car is beautiful, powerful and functional.  We thank Peter for sharing these pictures with us.  The Infinitybox team is proud to be a part of this build.

Click here if you would like to learn more about how you can wire your car with our Infinitybox system.

Rear quarter panel shot of Australia-built Cobra replica

Rear 3/4 shot of Cobra replica wired with the Infinitybox system.

Illegal Garage’s Alumacobra Switch Install

We just received a great video from a local customer building a Factory Five Roadster.  Jose G. has been building this car for a few years and he’s wiring it with our Infinitybox system.  He is installing our 20-Circuit Kit with inLINKThis link will take you to an earlier blog post covering his progress.

He has a very slick and elegant aluminum dash that has modular panels.  He can easily remove and install panels for his switches and gauges.  It would certainly make working on the dash very easy.  Jose was recently at the London Cobra show in Ohio and saw a new set of switches he wanted to integrate into his dash.  These are nice looking billet buttons and he wants to use them for his lights, fans, wipers, fuel pump and one-button start.  These buttons are from Billet Automotive Buttons in Australia.  Installing these buttons shows the simplicity and the ease of wiring your car with our Infinitybox system.

First, our MASTERCELL inputs are ground triggered.  This gives you a lot of flexibility of how you can wire your switches.  This simple diagram shows how you wire a MASTERCELL input to your switch.

MASTERCELL Input

Simple Switch Diagram

You can click on this link to get a more detailed blog post talking about wiring switches.

Another significant advantage of wiring your switches with our Infinitybox system is the fact that it takes very little current to turn on an input.  It takes less than 1 milliamp (1/1000 of an amp) to trigger an input.  That gives you the flexibility of using any switch to control the functions in your car.  With a lot of billet buttons, you have to use them to trigger a relay because they cannot handle the full load current of things like lights, starter solenoids and fans.  This is very easy with our Infinitybox system.

Since it takes so little current to turn on a MASTERCELL input, you can use very light-gauge wires between your switches and the MASTERCELL.  Our standard harnesses use 22-AWG wire.  This helps keep behind your dash clean and easy to service.

Lastly, we give you the power of advanced electrical control functions.  In the case of Jose’s car, he’s using our One-Button Start feature.  A single MASTERCELL input connected to a momentary button lets him start his car with ease.  Check out this blog post for more details on our One-Button-Start feature.

Jose just posted a great video to his YouTube channel, The Illegal Garage, showing off how he installed these billed buttons into his Cobra.  You can check it out below.


You can check out additional videos of his Factory Five Cobra build at his YouTube channel by clicking this link.

Click this link to get in touch with our team to learn more about how you can wire your car or truck with our Infinitybox system.

Finished Factory Five GTM wired with the Infinitybox System

Showing off inLINK in a Factory Five GTM

We have been working with a customer to finish the details of a Factory Five GTM build.  This car was wired with our 20-Circuit Kit, inMOTION, inRESERVE, inTOUCH NET, inVIRONMENT and inLINK.  Essentially, the car has the works.  It was originally built and wired by Shane Vacek at Vraptor Speed Works.  Izzy Dunn at Dunn Customz just finished the details on the car for the customer.

This video shows a walk around of the finished car.  It turned out great.  You can see the front POWERCELL mounted under the hood.

In this blog post, we want to feature one of the simplest accessories in the Infinitybox lineup.  That is inLINK.  inLINK gets you wireless control of your car or truck from a simple key fob.  You can turn on your lights remotely, pop your doors and trunk, and enable the Infinitybox security system.

Since your Infinitybox system is controlling the ignition, fuel pump and starter, we can easily stop someone from starting the car and driving off with it.   When you press the “lock” button on the inLINK key fob, we disable the ability to turn on the ignition, power the fuel pump and crank the starter.  Even if someone where able to get in the car with inLINK security enabled, the MASTERCELL completely blocks the ability to get the engine running.  The best part is that this is completely integrated into our Infinitybox system.  You do not need to buy a separate security or immobilizer system and integrate it into your wiring harness.

When you’re ready to drive the car, you simply press the “unlock” button on the key fob and you’re ready to go.

The owner of this car wanted door poppers.  They are using POWERCELL outputs to power a solenoid in each door.  They can push a button inside the car to pop these solenoids.  They also have buttons on the outside of the doors that let them pop the doors.  They also wanted to be able to pop the doors from buttons on the key fob.

All of this is very easy with the Infinitybox system.  Our team custom programmed the door popper outputs to pulse for 1 second.  The customer can push buttons on the key fob or use buttons on the door.  Very simple.

Here’s the coolest part of all.  The customer wanted buttons on the outside of the car to be able to pop the doors.  However, the customer does not want those buttons to work when security is enabled.  That is a very simple thing to do with our Infinitybox system.  As part of our custom programming, we set the MASTERCELL inputs to be disabled when security is on.  That way, no one can walk up to the car and open the doors unless they have the inLINK key fobs specifically programmed to that car.  The video below shows how this works.  You can see how security is enabled and disabled.  You can see how the doors can be popped from the inLINK key fobs and you can see how inLINK security disables the exterior switches.

Thanks to Izzy for sharing these pictures and videos.

Click on this link to contact our team to learn more about what our Infinitybox system can do for your build.

Supercar Blondie Test Drives Tachyon Speed

Eric Rice and his team at RASER have been getting some great press coverage for their Tachyon Speed.  This is a one-of-a-kind super car.  It’s all electric, it’s styled like a fighter jet and it can put out enough peak power to meet the needs of a small city.  Just like any other car, it needs an electrical wiring system to manage all of the functions in the car.  The RAESR team turned to Infinitybox to get the most advanced electrical system on the market to meet their customers’ needs.

The Tachyon Speed caught the eye of Alex Hirschi, aka Supercar Blondie.  Australian-born Alex is a world renown celebrity in the super car space.  She now calls Dubai her home and was recently listed as one of the top 30 most influential women in the Arab World.  Her blogs, videos and TV appearances have been viewed billions of times by aficionados of exotic and super cars.  She is an expert on all automotive thoroughbreds.  Alex made the trip out to LA to meet with the RASER team and test drive the Tachyon Speed.  She ran the car through its paces on the road.  She also had a chance to play with the touch screens and switch interfaces that are controlled by the Infinitybox system in the car.

The Supercar Blondie team posted a video showing Alex meeting with the RAESR team, touring the car and taking it on the road.  Check out the video below.

We congratulate Eric and his team for what they’ve accomplished with the Tachyon Speed.  We are proud to be a part of this car.

Our Infinitybox system was designed for any type of car, truck or race car.  You may not be building a super car but you can get the same functionality and features in your restoration, street-rod, kit car or Pro-Touring build.  Click this link to contact our team to learn more.

You can learn more about RAESR and the Tachyon Speed by clicking this link.

1968 Charger Install

We love getting pictures of finished cars from our customers. Most of our customers send the glamour shots of the cars all waxed up, looking pretty. Some of our customers like to show off the details that the rest of the world doesn’t get to see. The detail pictures are our favorites because they show how our customers wired their cars with our Infinitybox system. We received a great set of detailed pictures from Russ L. who installed our Infinitybox system in his 1968 charger. These pictures are great because they show how be mounted the cells in the car.

For his Charger, Russ purchased our 20-Circuit Kit with inMOTION and inLINK. This 20-Circuit is powering all of the primary electrical functions in the car including his ignition, starter, fuel pump, cooling fan, horn and all lights. He’s using inMOTION to control his power windows and power door lock. inLINK lets him enable and disable security, unlock his doors and control his lights remotely.

For his 1968 Charger install, Russ started by mounting his MASTERCELL. He was looking for the right location in this car. He wanted a place that was close to his switches to keep the input wires short. He also wanted a place that would let him easily run the CAN cable through the car. He found that the center console was the best location. He built a false bottom under the arm rest to hide the MASTERCELL. He can easily access it for troubleshooting and diagnostics. The CAN cable runs from the rear of the car right through the center console so it made that part of the wiring very easy. The input wires for the MASTERCELL run forward to the switches on the dash. He has a simple hole with a grommet to run the switch wires out of the arm rest. This picture shows his MASTERCELL mounted in the center console of this 1968 Charger.

Infinitybox MASTERCELL installed in center console of a 1968 Charger

Russ chose to mount his front POWERCELL under the hood on the driver’s side fender near where the battery would normally be mounted. Our POWERCELLs are designed to survive the harsh under-hood environment in cars. They can withstand all of the temperature extremes, chemicals and vibration that can be found in the engine compartment. He fabricated a simple aluminum plate and mounted it to the fender with riv-nuts. The POWERCELL is mounted to this plate using nylock nuts so they will not vibrate loose. This picture shows the front POWERCELL mounted under the hood.

Infinitybox POWERCELL mounted under the hood of a 1968 Charger.

This picture shows more detail on the mounting plate that he fabricated to mount the POWERCELL under the hood.

Mounting plate fabricated to hold an Infinitybox POWERCELL under the hood of a 1968 Charger.

Russ mounted his rear POWERCELL and inMOTION cell in the trunk. This picture shows the finished trunk. You can see how clean it is.

Finished detail in trunk of 1968 Charger

Russ built an aluminum stand to mount his rear POWERCELL. He wanted to tip it at an angle so he could easily see the fuses and indicator lights on the POWERCELL when he removed the access panel in the trunk. The aluminum stand is mounted directly to the trunk floor using riv-nuts and he used nylock nuts again to bolt the POWERCELL to the stand. He also used this aluminum stand as a place to mount his Battery Tender so he can easily keep his battery topped off. This picture shows the POWERCELL mounted behind the removable panel.

Infinitybox rear POWERCELL mounted in trunk of 1968 Charger

This is a great location for the rear POWERCELL because he has easy access to it for troubleshooting or in case he needs to replace a fuse. It also keeps his runs of wire in the back of the car very short.

Russ mounted his inMOTION cell just like the rear POWERCELL on the driver’s side of the trunk behind a removable panel. He fabricated a similar aluminum mount to hold the inMOTION cell. This picture shows how he mounted his inMOTION cell in his 1968 Charger.

The finished product is clean, efficient and more powerful any any other wiring harness on the market. We thank Russ for sending these pictures and letting us share them. We know that he is proud of this car and we’re proud to be a part of it.

As a parting shot, Russ sent this picture showing that MOPAR runs in his veins. This picture shows his 1968 Charger lined up with his daily drivers.

1968 Charger lined up with the rest of the MOPAR collection

Please click on this link to contact our technical support team to learn more about how you can wire your car or truck with our Infinitybox system.

Geoff Beale 1965 Mustang Hardtop wired with Infinitybox system. Pictures by Jesse Kiser.

iPhone Controls this 1966 Mustang

Our customers are technology guys. They like to tinker, create and modify things. They aren’t content with things that are basic. We have been helping our customers build beyond basic cars for 10 years now. This one is no exception. Geoff Beale built a beautiful 1966 Mustang hardtop that was featured in the most recent issue of Mustang Monthly. Geoff did something very unique with the electrical system in this car. He wired it with our Infinitybox system, then paired our system with a Crestron control system. The end product is an awesome Mustang with complete control through switches and an iPhone. Read below for more details.

Geoff runs Throwback Customs. In addition to that, he is highly involved with Crestron, which builds electronic control systems for conference rooms, board rooms and schools. Geoff paired his Crestron expertise with our Infinitybox system to get a powerful electrical system for his Mustang.

The car was in pretty rough shape when Geoff purchased it. Over several years, he has shaped, sculpted and created his ideal version of the 1966 Mustang. He installed a supercharged 5 liter Coyote Mustang engine on an Art Morrison MAXG chassis. From there, he has added subtle touches to the car that you won’t see anywhere else.

Geoff Beale 1965 Mustang Hardtop wired with Infinitybox system. Pictures by Jesse Kiser.
Geoff Beale 1965 Mustang Hardtop wired with Infinitybox system. Pictures by Jesse Kiser.

When it came to wiring the car, he came to Infinitybox to get our 20-Circuit Kit to be used as the main body controller. This kit is powering his lighting, ignition, starter, cooling fans, fuel pump, horn and other accessories. He added an extra POWERCELL to get 10 more outputs for the added features that he has in the car. He then added our inMOTION Motor Controller to control his power windows and locks. Lastly, he added our inVIRONMENT module to control his Gen-IV unit from Vintage Air.

Because of his experience with Crestron, he wanted to use their system as the touch screen and iPhone controller for the car. Our MASTERCELL inputs are all ground switched so Geoff was able to easily connect his inputs to the outputs of his Crestron controller. All the electrical features in the car can be controlled through the Crestron touch screen or the Crestron iPhone app. Geoff has a YouTube channel full of videos showing off the integration of the two systems. Here’s an example video of him showing off the electrical features in the car.

Geoff Beale testing the Infinitybox system in his 1966 Mustang Hardtop.

This video shows off the Crestron touch screen system that he paired with our Infinitybox system.

Geoff Beale showing off the Crestron touch screen paired with his Infinitybox system in his 1966 Mustang Hardtop.

This video shows off his inVIRONMENT module in the car and how it works with his touch screen.

Controlling a Gen-IV from Vintage Air with inVIRONMENT and the Infinitybox system.

Jesse Kiser of Mustang Monthly shot a bunch a great pictures of the car. He also wrote a great article covering the history of the car, Geoff’s build and the unique features of this Mustang. You can read the entire article by clicking this link.

Congratulations to Geoff for finishing a spectacular build. We’re proud to be a part of this car.

Click this link if you want to learn how our Infinitybox system can help you wire your next restoration project.

Geoff Beale 1965 Mustang Hardtop wired with Infinitybox system. Pictures by Jesse Kiser.
Geoff Beale 1965 Mustang Hardtop wired with Infinitybox system. Pictures by Jesse Kiser.

Stacey David’s GearZ Covers the RCR SL-C

Stacey David and his team at GearZ just published a great video on YouTube covering the Superlite Coupe (SL-C) built by Race Car Replicas. We were on the set with Stacey a few years ago when he was building his red SL-C for the track. You can learn more about this build by clicking this link.

This video shows off a lot of the chassis components of the car plus its back story. You can also see shots of our Infinitybox system installed in it.

This video also highlights an SL-C build by Will Campbell. We’ve highlighted this car before. You can read previous coverage by clicking this link. Will’s car has a customized version of our Infinitybox 20-Circuit Kit, inLINK, inTOUCH NET, inMOTION and inRESERVE. You can even see a clip of him opening his doors using a tablet.

You can see the video below.

Click this link to contact our technical support team to learn more about our Infinitybox system and how it can power all the electrical systems in your car.

Timeless Muscle Magazine Features 1968 GTX

The team at Timeless Muscle Magazine did a great article covering a 1968 Plymouth GTX that was wired with our Infinitybox system.  The car is owned by Len W. and was built with help from Shironaka Enterprises.  The article was written by Rick Seitz and the stunning photography was shot by Grant Cox.  This car looks great, performs like a champ and has our Infinitybox system at its heart managing all of its electrical system.

1968 Plymouth GTX Wired with Infinitybox System.

The guys wired this car with our 20-Circuit Kit.  This kit forms the electrical backbone of the car.  It is powering all the lights, ignition, starter, fuel pump, cooling fan, horn and other accessories.  They added our inLINK remote option to get our integrated security and immobilization feature.  They also added our inRESERVE active battery manager.  This accessory constant keeps an eye on the car’s battery voltage and actively disconnects all the electrical draw if the voltage gets too low.  This feature always keeps enough charge in the battery to crank the engine and never lets the battery deep cycle.

This picture shows the 6.1L New-Gen HEMI engine sitting comfortably under the hood.  The engine bay is clean and well laid out.  You can see the primary Mega fuses that are included with the 20-Circuit Kit in the lower right coming off the battery.  You can also see the POWERCELL neatly mounted on the firewall by the brake booster.

Picture of underhood POWERCELL in 1968 Plymouth GTX.

This mounting location shows off two key strengths of the Infinitybox system.  First, our hardware was designed to handle the heat, shock, vibration and chemical exposure found in the toughest automotive applications.  Second, our distributed architecture makes wiring the car much easier.  That front POWERCELL is controlling all of the electrical functions in the front of the car.  These include the headlights, high-beams, front running lights, front turn signals, horn, cooling fan, ignition power to the ECU, power to the starter solenoid and power for the dash.  All of these functions wire locally to the front POWERCELL.  They do not need to be wired back to a central fuse box in the car.

We thank Len, Rick and the team at Timeless Muscle Magazine for this great article.  Our team at Infinitybox is proud to be a part of this car.  You can read the full article in the magazine by clicking this link.

If you want to learn more about how you can use our Infinitybox system to wire your restoration, hot rod, resto-mod, street rod or Pro-Touring car, click on this link to get in touch with our team.

1968 Plymouth GTX Wired with Infinitybox System